Description: The fifty eight chapters of this book were adapted by the editor from Pachad Yitzchak on Purim by Rabbi Yitzchak Hutner, za'tzal, one of the most original and creative Jewish thinkers and teachers of all time.
Rav Hutner's original, profound and moving thoughts will transform your Purim experience and open you mind to the deeper meaning of a critical day in the Jewish calendar. These rich and penetrating chapters are part history, part philosophy, part poetry, part mysticism and part piercing analysis. Rav Hutner has shed new light on Purim, uncovering its logic, purpose and goals. His thoughts bring Purim to a lofty level by revealing its inner dynamic and depth.
An extensive biographical sketch of Rav Hutner is included.
By Rabbi Yitzchak Hutner
Edited by Rabbi Pinchas Stolper
(243 Pages)Publisher: David Dov Publications, 2003
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