The Fed-Up Man of Faith

The Fed-Up Man of Faith

by Rabbi Boteach
     
 

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Where was the hand of G-d on 9/11? Was G-d absent from Poland in the 1940s? Does pain make us into more sensitive people? Is a person who questions G-d still righteous? Rabbi Shmuley Boteach tackles the ultimate, timeless questions that go to the heart of the human condition and arrives at some surprising answers. Drawing on numerous confrontations with God from

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Where was the hand of G-d on 9/11? Was G-d absent from Poland in the 1940s? Does pain make us into more sensitive people? Is a person who questions G-d still righteous? Rabbi Shmuley Boteach tackles the ultimate, timeless questions that go to the heart of the human condition and arrives at some surprising answers. Drawing on numerous confrontations with God from the Bible, and using examples of appalling suffering from todays headlines, Rabbi Shmuley argues forcibly against Rabbi Harold Kushner s best-selling Why Bad Things Happen to Good People and boldly guides us to the conclusion that challenging God and His actions is not just our right but our foremost obligation as human beings. This revolutionary book turns millennia of mistaken belief on its head, providing a concrete action plan for emboldening ourselves against victimhood. If life has ever defeated you, or if you have ever felt let down by G-d, this is the book for you.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9789652296061
Publisher:
Gefen Publishing House
Publication date:
01/07/2013
Pages:
200
Product dimensions:
6.10(w) x 8.80(h) x 0.80(d)

Meet the Author

Shmuley Boteach is one of the world's leading relationship experts and values and spirituality exponents. He is the author of twenty-seven books, which have been translated into eighteen languages, and his columns, TV, and radio appearances are regular staples in media all over the world. Rabbi Shmuley was labeled "a cultural phenomenon" and "the most famous rabbi in America" by Newsweek magazine, and is regularly listed as one of the ten most influential rabbis in the United States. He lives in Englewood, NJ, with his Australian wife Debbie. They have nine children.

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