Reduce The Length
Of Their Prayers?
Does The Torah
Believe In Absolute
- Anchored in traditional sources, this book addresses
contemporary issues facing Jewish society. Distilling
both the halachic and philosophical considerations.
Rabbi Moshe Kurtz challenges readers' assumptions
and provides the critical observer with a Torah prism
for approaching today's important questions.
- "Clear, cogent, and compelling...a real contribution to the world of
Rabbi Dr. Jacob J. Schacter, Yeshiva University
- "The learned individual will appreciate the wide range of sources. The
novice will develop an appreciation for the halachic process and all
the considerations that go into arriving at a final p'sak."
Rabbi Ezra Schwartz, RIETS
- "Rabbi Kurtz presents thoughtful approaches to topics that are in
need of addressing, Contemporary Jews... will be enriched by the
many important lessons imparted in this first-class sefer."
Rabbi Chaim Jachter, Congregation Shaarei Orah
Rabbi Moshe Kurtz
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