Friday, January 30, 2015

"Adon Olam," Book Based on Prayer

Rabbi Zalman Weiss's book "Adon Olam- A Search for Meaning," is an interesting way to bring across the great philosophic questions.

It's about G-d and faith. It's Jewish Philosophy for those searching for answers, reassurance and support.

Rabbi Zalman Weiss does have wonderful stories to tell.
Rabbi Zalman Weiss is an Orthodox rabbi living Jerusalem, Israel. He received smicha from Rabbi Zalman Nechemiah Goldberg, and studied at the yeshivas of Kol Yaakov in Munsey, NY, and Ohr Samaych and MiLi in Jerusalem, Israel. Rabbi Weiss has been actively involved in the education of potential converts for many years, working with the Beis Din of Rabbi Nissim Karelitz of Bnei Brak. His students probing questions about faith in G-d and the tenants of Orthodox Judaism inspired the research that evolved in this book.
Adom Olam follows the spiritual journeys a handful of young men studying in the same yeshiva for those not yet fully Torah observant, each from different background. And not only do the students come from different worlds, but so do their teachers. Each one can be a book by himself.
You feel that there is more to Judaism, much more than you presently understand. You are yearning to connect with a bigger picture, but you don’t have any idea how to find it. Sometimes you don’t even know what questions to ask. I know your feelings and I know your questions.
Adom Olam answers Questions. It's an excellent book for those asking questions and looking for answers about G-d.

Product Code: ADNOLM
ISBN: 978-1-940516-18-9
Dimensions:7.8 ” H x 4.8” W
Weight: 1.0 lb
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2 comments:

Ruti Mizrachi said...

This is helpful. Thank you!

Batya Medad said...

Glad to hear.
You may enjoy it.