We will look at two rather short books by the same important author, Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik.
Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik, of blessed memory, was an American orthodox Talmudic philosopher. His work helps define what it means to live in this world as it is and maintain a Torah-obedient perspective. These two small books represent his instructions about the application of the Torah and his defense of the Torah as the only means of world reconciliation. Perhaps today we need his insights more than ever.
Links to purchase the books
If you do purchase them, please use the links as this will help support At God’s Table.
Both are well worth having in your library.
The study will start on September 24th at the usual 8:00 AM Eastern (USA) time and follow with the usual 8:00 AM time on September 25th. We will then continue each Saturday and Sunday until we finish.
When you register for the course you will be able to access the citation documents by logging into the study. The price will be $4.00 per session/$8.00 per week. You may sign-up at any time during the study. If you sign-up after the first week there will be an initial fee for the prior weeks.