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Jewish Law as a Journey

Finding Meaning in Daily Jewish Practice

The 21st Century has seen a dramatic increase in the number of books published on practical halakha. As a result, Halakhic observance has never been more accessible. But how does increased commitment to halakhic detail accomplish its goal of personal and ethical refinement?

Halakhic practices are meant to be spiritual entry points for divine encounters.

Commitment to Jewish ritual should mold one’s character and help facilitate a life guided by divine ideals. In fact, adherence to Jewish law without a parallel understanding of the meaning behind the law runs the risk of transforming halakha into a formulaic set of rules without any larger spiritual vision. 

Jewish Law as a Journey is a valuable companion to published works of practical halakha. It explores virtues and ideals foundational to daily halakhic practice. Moreover, it offers a systematic exploration of the mitzvot one encounters in a given day and the transformative religious messages that underlie them.


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ISBN 9781940516752
author Rabbi David Silverstein
Pages 296
Language English
Binding Hardcover
Author Rabbi David Silverstein

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Rabbi David Silverstein
Rabbi David Silverstein is the Sgan (Assistant) Rosh Yeshiva at Yeshivat Orayta, located in the Old City of Jerusalem, and previously served as t...
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