13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Beautifully written and very incisive,
This review is from: Radical Then, Radical Now: On Being Jewish: The Legacy of the World's Oldest Religion (Continuum Compacts) (Paperback)
A wonderful read that looks at the different crises which have occurred over four thousand years, to threaten the very existence of the Jewish People.
Originally written for his son and step-daughter as a wedding gift, Rabbi Jonathon Sacks tells 'the legacy of the world's oldest religion' with such passion and wisdom youll find it impossible to put down. Asking specifically 'why be Jewish', 'who am i' and 'why should i remain a Jew', then looking for the answers magnificently though historical discussion.
What makes this book for me, is the obvious great understanding and teaching, in how we can move forward not only as Jewish people, but human society as a whole - I highly recommend this book.
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