Wisdom, Understanding, and Knowledge: Basic Concepts of Hasidic Thought
In its Hebrew translation, Widsom, Understanding and Knowledge is the acronym for Chabad--the hasidic movement dedicated to the affirmation of Judaism's fundamental and mystical beliefs. This book is based on the public orations of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Menachem Mendel Schneerson, which were compiled and presented by the great hasidic scholar Rabbi Yoel Kahn.
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Creating God in Our Own Image
The Godliness That Is Found
The Spirit of Life
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