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"Rabbi Shmuly Yanklowitz's name has become synonymous with the call for ethical renewal and social justice within the American Jewish community... In this much-needed volume, he shares with readers his thoughts on central questions of our day. Our world will be a better place if his message is widely heeded." --Jonathan D. Sarna, Joseph H. & Belle R. Braun professor of American Jewish History, Brandeis University "In The Soul of Jewish Justice , Rabbi Shmuly leaves no stone unturned halachically, socially, politically, and religiously. This book is set to become the quintessential reference for all social issues in Judaism and it will be featured prominently among the bookshelves of those of us who value a Judaism of social welfare and consciousness." --Mayim Bialik, Emmy-nominated actress

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Rabbi Dr. Shmuly Yanklowitz is the executive director of the Arizona Valley Beit Midrash, the founder and president of Uri L'Tzedek, and the founder and CEO of the Shamayim V'Aretz Insitute. He was listed in "Newsweek"'s "America's Top 50 Rabbis for 2012." He lives in Scottsdale, Arizona.

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An informative book that shows how Jewish teaching can help solve world moral problems 6 Nov 2014
By Israel Drazin - Published on
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The author of this fine book is a rabbi, moral philosopher, and psychologist. He is convinced that Jewish wisdom, values, and teachings can help solve moral problems, and he shows how this can be done. The book has fourteen sections, including: The inner world of social justice, Social justice and spirituality, Jewish narratives and customs reconsidered, Great leaders of our time, Child adoption, Business ethics, and Social justice-Considering the future. The book is very informative and the author hopes that his book will prompt further research, discourse, and activism.
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