Abraham Isaac Kook: The lights of penitence, The moral principles, Lights of holiness, essays, letters, and poems
The chief Rabbi of Palestine prior to the establishment of the state of Israel, Kook (1865-1935) represents the renewal of the Jewish mystical tradition in modern times.
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The Lights of Penitence
The Moral Principles
Lights of Holiness
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