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The Case for Judaism

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This book addresses the grand question of “Why Judaism?” Its mission is to present a brief outline, explanation, and elucidation of the key core issues.

About the author:
Rabbi Eliyahu Yaakov teaches internationally on Judaism, as well as an assortment of topics, such as relationships, parenting, and life, inspiring people of all backgrounds to take a fresh look at life by presenting deep Torah philosophy and lofty Kabbalah spirituality in a practical and down to earth transformative manner. Rabbi Eli currently lives in the Old City of Jerusalem and spends most of his time teaching, writing, counselling, learning, hosting, and with his family.

Softcover, 140 pages

In the Bible

In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.
--GENESIS (1:1)

If the Bible is essentially a book of law, why does it begin with the stories of Genesis? Would it not make more sense to skip the stories and start with the legal sections of the Torah? The Sages explain that one day the nations of the world will accuse the Jewish People of stealing the Land of Israel. In response, the Jews will point to the Bible which begins by telling us that God created the heaven and the earth. Since God is the Creator of the world, He may give it to whomever He wishes. With this realization, it is understood that the Land of Israel is God's to give to Abraham and his descendants, to reside there, flourish there, and build their Temple there, in Jerusalem. This book provides a fresh and convincing basis for the Jewish belief system.

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    Eeclwa

    Little did the author know that his words would come true sooner than he thought. Some day the nations will accuse Israel of stealing the land? Yeah. That’s happening now, just 4 years later, is it not?

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    Jacqueline Balodis

    I’ll start reading it soon but appears like what I had desired

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