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Set in Stone


The Meaning of Mitzvah Observance


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An important work exploring the deeper meanings of mitzvah observance, Set in Stone leads the reader on an inspirational journey through many of the commandments that we perform during our lives. In an original, refreshing manner rooted in traditional Torah sources, Osher Chaim Levene reveals the vibrancy and beauty of Judaism so that the reader emerges with a greater appreciation of the commandments that stand at the heart of Jewish living.

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  • By Osher Chaim Levene
  • (375 Pages)Publisher: Feldheim, 2004




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