An Argument for the Faith of Israel
By Judah Halevi
Sefer Ve Sefel Publishing
$22.50 Paper Original
One of the most important works of Jewish philosophy, The Kuzari was written in the mid-twelfth century. A discourse between two figures, King and Rabbi, the book explores the foundations of faith, reason and existence. Many images and parables from The Kuzari appear in kabbalistic and other writings.
The Kuzari, an explanation of the essence of the Jewish religion from the theological and religious aspect, drmatizes the relationship between the Jewish people, its history and the Creator. The book is the first major text of Jewish philosophy.
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