In Defense of the Despised Faith By Rabbi Yehuda Halevi Translated by: Rabbi N. Daniel Korobkin (723 Pages)Publisher: Feldheim, 2009
A Brilliant Dialogue; A Shining Faith; This Classic Will Take Your Mind and Heart on a Fascinating Journey!
Take a front seat in the debate arena as the sharpest minds debate on the fundamentals of religion, faith, and a diverse range of basic Jewish concepts. It took the esteemed 12th-century sage, Rabbi Yehudah HaLevi twenty years to complete this work. In its unique question-and-answer format it records an ongoing dialogue between the 8th-century king of the Khazars and a Rabbi. The depth and scope of the ideas discussed in this book are nothing short than brilliant, and the reader cannot help but be awed at the authoritative, wide-ranging virtuosity of Rabbi Yehudah HaLevi as "the rabbi" in the debate confidently repudiates the arguments of Judiasm's detractors and demonstrates the superiority of Torah over any other religion or belief system. This new edition includes an improved Engish translation and commentary along with a vowelized Ibn Tibbon Hebrew translation of the original Arabic, and a beautiful layout making this the most readable translation of The Kuzari. Discover it for yourself!