Centuries of history are explained away as fabrication, the stories in Scripture merely fables. However, Excavating the Bible defends the historical accuracy of Scripture and brings the evidence to the general public.
From the Gospel account of Jesus’ trial and punishment to Jonathan Pollard’s closed-door trial and ongoing incarceration, it seems that the Jew, one way or another, is always on trial in the courtroom of journalistic and historiographic examination, whether as the accused, the accuser, the jury or the judge.
Rafael Grossman was experiencing immense professional rabbinical success when his vibrant teenage daughter Shoshana became ill and died at the age of seventeen. After her death, Rabbi Grossman was sure he would never have the same faith in God or regain his joy in living, but sure enough, he found hope again.
During the Holocaust, the Nazis introduced a new level of intensity to the human capacity for destruction; and yet their acts have yielded an unprecedented volume of creative effort, a rainbow tinged with ashes in all directions during the decades the gates of Auschwitz were open to our own time.
There are thousands of books about wine, but this book is the one authoritative guide to the joys and uses of kosher wine. Whether you’re looking for a wine to celebrate a simcha, Shabbos or Yom Tov, or just everyday enjoyment, you’re sure to find just the right vintage here.
Jacob Stein’s upbringing gave him profound reverence for Jewish tradition and instilled a desire to reach out to his fellow Jews. His memoirs reveal a life fully and richly lived in service to his people and his country.
Even during the most trying times, Mendy Ganchrow, M.D. demonstrated the same outstanding commitment and leadership skills that spell loyalty to principle, leadership, and a living example of how one can be dedicated to the cause of American democracy, Jewish faith, the Torah way of life, and the welfare of all Jews.