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The eloquent, eye-opening essays in Think Jewish - an instant classic since its publication in 1978 - have been reprinted in a brand new edition. Thankfully, only the font, typesetting, and cover have been altered; the words remain as on-target as ever. Think Jewish slices through the niggling conflicts that block a Jew from living Jewish.
Each of the 26 chapters opens with a tough question... "Can’t I be good without being religious?" "Wouldn’t mankind be better off without labels that separate?" "Aren’t mitzvot restricting?" The answers, which turn Western thought inside out, are down-to-earth and delivered in deftly polished prose. Think Jewish has the power to change minds... for the better.
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Rabbi Posner has addressed student groups, professional societies, congregations and conventions in over a dozen countries. He was an annual lecturer at the famed "Encounter With Chabad" weekends where students and intellectuals experienced Chasidic life and thought. He is a noted translator of various Chasidic classics, and is an exponent of Chasidic thought.
In 1948 he was an emissary of the Lubavitcher Rebbe to the Displaced Persons camps and Jewish communities of Europe. Since 1949 he has served the Jewish community of Nashville, Tennessee, as Rabbi of Congregation Sherith Israel for 53 years, and is founder of the Hebrew Day School of Nashville.
Rabbi and Mrs. Posner have been blessed with children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
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Book Description Kesher Pr, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0960239405
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