Providing answers to questions on Shabbat observance as well as an analysis of the process by which the answers are derived, this guide tackles controversial Shabbat issues such as the possibility for a Shabbat bus, women’s cosmetics, and the building of an eruv. Though many books address questions of Shabbat observance, Shabbat, the Right Way provides definitive direction as well as insight into the advice it offers. Anyone seeking to understand Jewish law—and even those already familiar with Halacha—will come away with a better sense of the tenets that lie at the heart of Judaism.
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About the Author
Rabbi J. Simcha Cohen has served as a community rabbi in California, Florida, and New Jersey, as well as in Australia. He is the founder of a national rabbinic think tank and the recipient of the Rabbinic Leadership Award from the West Coast Region of the Orthodox Union. He is the author of How Does Jewish Law Work? and Jewish Prayer, the Right Way, among other books. He lives in West Palm Beach, Florida.