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Do Animals Have Souls? A Pet Lover's Guide to SpiritualityDo Animals Have Souls? A Pet Lover's Guide to Spirituality
reviewed by Rabbi Jason Miller, Jewish Book Review
Rabbi Isaacs has chosen some very though-provoking questions to answer in his book — from the mundane to the perplexing.

Rabbi Meir Kahane: His Life and ThoughtRabbi Meir Kahane: His Life and Thought
reviewed by Aaron Rakeffet-Rothkoff, Jewish Action

Ours was a generation that grew up in the shadow of the crematoria and the glow of the Israeli flag.

The Rarest Blue: The Remarkable Story of an Ancient Color Lost to History and RediscoveredThe Rarest Blue: The Remarkable Story of an Ancient Color Lost to History and Rediscovered
reviewed by Staff, Jewish Action
While the mitzvah of donning tzitzit is fairly straightforward — the requirement to include a strand of techelet is somewhat ambiguous.

Rebels in the Holy Land: Mazkeret Batya, an Early Battleground for the Soul of IsraelRebels in the Holy Land: Mazkeret Batya, an Early Battleground for the Soul of Israel
reviewed by Toby Klein Greenwald, Jewish Action
Sam Finkel, inspired by what he learned when visiting the Eran Shamir Village Museum of Mazkeret Batya, spent five years researching and writing a work of nonfiction that reads like a historical novel.

The Return of Israel and the Hope of the WorldThe Return of Israel and the Hope of the World
reviewed by Dr. Moshe Goldberg, Jewish Press

A masterpiece of historical insight which encompasses the entire history of mankind, from the time of creation until today.

A Day Is A Thousand Years: Human Destiny And The Jewish PeopleA Day Is A Thousand Years: Human Destiny And The Jewish People
reviewed by David Herman, Jewish Press
This is a unique exposition of major Judaic concepts related to the destiny of the Jewish people and their interplay with the rest of mankind throughout history and until today.

Baseless Hatred: What It Is and What You Can Do About ItBaseless Hatred: What It Is and What You Can Do About It
reviewed by Solomon Burke, Jewish Press

This book, tackles a problem that has plagued the Jewish people from very early on in their history.

For the Love of Torah – Stories and Insights of Rabbi Nosson Tzvi FinkelFor the Love of Torah – Stories and Insights of Rabbi Nosson Tzvi Finkel
reviewed by Shmuel Holczer, Jewish Press

This book is very riveting. It is a comprehensive biography of the Mirrer Rosh Yeshivah, Rabbi Nosson Tzvi Finkel, zt’l.

Journey to Heaven: Exploring Jewish Views of the AfterlifeJourney to Heaven: Exploring Jewish Views of the Afterlife
reviewed by Israel Drazin, The Jewish Eye
Many scholars take the position that no book of the Hebrew Bible, with the possible exception of the late second century BCE Daniel 12:2-3, speaks about life after death.

The Neshamah Should Have an AliyahThe Neshamah Should Have an Aliyah
reviewed by Rochelle Maruch Miller, 5 Towns Jewish Times

What you can do in memory of a departed loved one (Sefer Aliyas Neshamah) was written to fill a need.


 


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