Judaism's Dynamic Assent to the Infinite By Rabbi Y. S. Hurwitz (267 Pages)Publisher: Feldheim, 1994
A novel and practical approach to analyzing and understanding Judaism. Based on the Talmud and the writings of the Maharal, Ramchal and Rabbi E.E. Dessler it develops a basic formula called the Threefold Key to Being Jewish. The book applies this system to very many of Judaism's major concepts, laws and traditions: the three signs of a Jew, the three vital responsibilities of Jewish women, the three pillars of the world, the three pilgrimage Festivals, the Three Heavenly presents, and much more. The result for both the knowledgeable Jews and those less well-versed is a very succinct and manageable description of Judaism, explaining its ultimate goals and how practically to achieve them. It succeeds in synthesizing a very great amount of information into an all-encompassing, structured program - one which every Jew can master and, thereby, gain greater clarity, fulfillment and success in life.