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Bringing vanished faith back to life
June 18, 2014 12:08
Q&A with Russian-born rabbi, scientist and author Moshe Finkleman, who sets out to help others find their lost faith with his new book 'God is Not Dead'.
Moshe Finkelman

Moshe Finkelman. (photo credit:Courtesy)

Russian-born rabbi and scientist Moshe Finkleman had to fight for his faith while growing up in Soviet Russia. Now, with his new book God is not Dead: Man’s Pursuit of Faith in Judaism, inspired by his personal religious journey, he sets out to present a comprehensive blueprint of how to acquire and develop faith, and hopes to help others find their lost faith. Finkleman discusses with the The Jerusalem Post what motivates him, who inspires him and how he views Judaism and man's bond with God.

What motivated you to write the book God is not Dead?


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