From the author of the acclaimed 'Patterns in Time' series--a new series on parashas ha-shavua conceived and written for a general audience. True to Torah's rigorous methodology, Frame Works moves from the dawn of history to the frontiers of contemporary thought, drawing deeply on the physical sciences and biology, on psychology, philosophy, literature and the arts. Rabbi Weinberg builds a blueprint of reality that reveals the Torah's profoundly authentic framework for perceiving the world. With endnotes, sources, and indexes. Large-format, with a beautiful, elegantAdama#39;s mistake, but to a Noab never lntended to dupllcate H i analyze it and repair it. ... tendril I^H D 1 j u t j a#39; ^^H But one who does not, becomes rash, destitut yoma, 76b as a Snarel |^| A Blessing, we should use it, ^H V sboujo we HQt.
|Publisher||:||Feldheim Publishers - 1999|