Rabbi Doctor Daniel Friedman: Talmud For Regular Folks
As if the atomic bomb and its potential to destroy the world wasn’t enough tension, Nolan introduces another Jewish character, Lewis Strauss—the opportunist to Oppenheimer’s moral idealist.
Rabbi Mati Kirschenbaum, who has gone from Poland to London, is now happy to be a part of a warm community in at Fullerton’s Congregation Beth Tikvah in North Orange County.
The King is determined to create the most comprehensive interfaith movement ever undertaken, to bring peace and harmony among people through religious freedom.
“Romantic Comedy” is not a deep novel, and, despite its feminist-rage premise, it’s unlikely to change the state of gender roles and expectations going forward. In any case, for lovers of the romance genre, it’s a delightful read.