Rabbi Shlomo Riskin at Midreshet Lindenbaum..
(photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM/THE JERUSALEM POST)
If books weren’t printed to sell, the latest publication of Rabbi Shlomo Riskin might have been called “How I think creatively about our religion while remaining within a traditional framework.”Admittedly, The Living Tree: Studies in Modern Orthodoxy, along with its clever cover design by Yehudit Cohen, is a more poetic title. Yet this stimulating book provides a glimpse at how one of the most influential Modern Orthodox rabbis believes Jewish law and thought should operate and evolve.
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