Publisher: Kehot Publication Society
Author: Rabbi Faitel Levin
Format: 6x9, Hardcover, 170 pages
Reflections on the Theology of Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
For the first time ever, the Lubavitcher Rebbe's theology - the philosophy that spurred the growth of Chabad Chasidism into a worldwide movement- has been encapsulated in one volume for the English reading public. Better known for the social programs he created, the Rebbe's profound genius is brought into sharp focus in this thoughtfully written work.
Drawing on the vast treasury of discourses and written works by Rabbi Schneerson, the author explores the metaphysical implications of placing the essence of holiness squarely within the mundane. This radical outlook is then applied to offer a distinctly Lubavitch perspective on Jewish observance , the soul, the afterlife, and Jewish outreach.
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