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For Those Who Can't Believe
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For Those Who Can't Believe

Overcoming the Obstacles to Faith

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Rabbi Schulweis addresses both believers who have serious doubts and unbelievers who have yearnings for serious answers and offers them a profound and intelligent way to look at faith and how it fits into their lives. He discusses the uses of prayer, how to regard the miracles in the Bible from today s perspective, and how to observe the rituals of birth, marriage, and death, taking sustenance and comfort from the traditions of the Jewish faith. Rabbi Schulweis explains how to think of G-d in the context of faith, what it means to be a Jew, and how to adapt faith to match individual integrity.

  • By Rabbi Harold Schulweis
  • (176 Pages)Publisher: Harper Collins, 1994

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