Judaism for Everyone: Renewing Your Life Through the Vibrant Lessons of the Jewish Faith

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$27.99  $26.03
Publisher
Skyhorse Publishing
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Pages
480
Dimensions
6.0 X 9.0 X 1.7 inches | 1.5 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781510779914
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About the Author

RABBI SHMULEY BOTEACH has been labeled "a cultural phenomenon" by Newsweek and "the most famous rabbi in America" by the Washington Post, one of the world's fifty most influential Jews by the Jerusalem Post, the most famous Orthodox Jew in the world by the New York Observer, and remains the standing record-holder for the London Times Preacher of the Year competition. He is the recipient of the American Jewish Press Association's highest award for excellence in commentary. His thirty-seven books--translated into twenty languages--internationally syndicated columns, TLC TV show, and Oprah and Friends radio show have had a global impact.

Formerly rabbi at the University of Oxford for over a decade where he built the second largest student society in the University's history, Rabbi Shmuley runs The World Values Network, promoting universal values in American politics, culture, and media. In 2021 he founded Values University (ValuesU.org) which features world leaders and influencers promoting the values and convictions which animate their life and work. He and his Australian wife Debbie are the proud parents of nine children. Follow him at www.shmuley.com and on Instagram, Facebook, and X @RabbiShmuley.

Reviews

"His goal of making Jewish thought palatable and agreeable to a wide audience outside the Jewish faith should be applauded."--Jerusalem Post

"A great read, and a splendid steppingstone to a thoroughly enriched life."--Deepak Chopra

"An important book."--Larry King

"Boteach's great faith in Judaism as a source of inspiration shines through."--Publishers Weekly

"Good reading for people of all religions."--Buffalo News