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A Torah Perspective for our Challenging Times
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A Torah Perspective for our Challenging Times

Questions Unique to Our Day and Age

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In A Torah Perspective for our Challenging Times Rabbi Moshe Meir Weiss takes an insightful look at our challenging and very unique times. Using the Torah as a blueprint, he shows us how to navigate through the choppy seas of today's current events. Topics covered include: the World Trade Center disaster; the Middle East Crisis, the Harry Potter Phenomenon, the Passing of Torah Giants and more.

  • By Rabbi Moshe Meir Weiss
  • (238 Pages)Publisher: Israel Bookshop , 2002

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