God is Not Dead: Man's Pursuit of Faith in Judaism is Released
PHOENIX, May 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ Not since the eighteenth-century epic volume Mesilath Yesharim of the Ramhal, Rabbi Moshe Hayim Luzzatto, has there been a work that has taken such a concise and comprehensive look at the art of acquiring and developing true faith as the new book God Is Not Dead: Man's Pursuit of Faith in Judaism. Inspired by the personal religious evolution of the author Dr. Moshe Finkleman, who practiced Judaism in Russia in the underground, and based on various sources of Judaism, including the teachings of Maimonides, the principles of Ramhal, and the beliefs of twentieth-century Israeli philosopher Yeshayahu Leibowitz, God Is Not Dead: Man's Pursuit of Faith in Judaism tackles the subject of Jewish faith in a novel and inspirational way.
The Jewish faith, maintains Dr. Finkelman, is a program of action for every Jew. It's gained gradually through an ongoing process, and requires continuous pursuit and development to prevent it from fading away. The book offers Jews of every level of commitment a clear and accessible path to deepen their faith, allowing them to master faith as the form of art as it truly is. Finkelman's system of growth in faith gives anyone the potential to grow in faith from the initial level to the level of knowledge of God.
Presented as an easy-to-grasp actionable process, God Is Not Dead: Man's Pursuit of Faith in Judaism conveys messages that resonate with the worldview of a contemporary believer. This easy to read work provides reasonable goals and realistic expectations and is enlivened with anecdotes about both historic figures and everyday people.
About the author:
Dr. Moshe Finkelman is a man whose diverse and fascinating journey through life imbued him with the unique perspectives of both a religious thinker and a scientist. He studied medicine in Russia, and after making aliyah, served in the Israeli Army and fought in the first Lebanon War. Dr. Finkelman received his scientific training at the Medical School of Hebrew University in Jerusalem and then founded and headed the Jerusalem-based Institute for Research and Treatment of Infertility according to the Jewish law. Trained in both kiruv and religious leadership, Dr. Finkleman's spiritual undertakings include two decades of speaking on Jewish faith in Israel and in the United States and serving as a rabbi and a communal leader. As a scientist, Dr. Finkelman has established a successful career in clinical research and drug development and lives with his wife Anna in Phoenix, Arizona.
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