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By Rabbi Yaacov Haber
The Kabbalistic History of Civilization
This volume deals with the past, present, and future. It speaks of why God created the world to begin with, and Man's role in that ongoing Creation. It speaks of the Presence of God in the world and Man's ability to attract or repel the Shechinah. Most importantly, it speaks of the relationship between Man and God. Beginnings explains the overarching theme of the book of Bereishis, the whole Torah, and for that matter, all of life.
About the Author:
Rabbi Yaacov Haber has been a leading force in Jewish education for over forty years. He is presently the rav of Kehillas Shivtei Yeshurun, a vibrant community in the center of Ramat Bet Shemesh, Israel.
Before arriving in Israel, Rabbi Haber served as the rav of Congregation Bais Torah in Monsey, NY, and the national director of Jewish education for the Orthodox Union. At the same time, he created TorahLab, a popular online educational resource center.
He was a founder of AJOP, the Torah Center of Buffalo, and the Australian Institute of Torah.
Weight: 1.0310 lbs
Binding: Hard Cover / 179 pages
Published by: Mosaica Press
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