Courtrooms of the Mind: Stories and Advise on Judging Others Favorably
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Courtrooms of the Mind: Stories and Advise on Judging Others Favorably

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The Torah enjoins us to judge our fellow man favorably, and to ask ourselves: has he indeed erred - or have we - in evaluating the evidence? These two books in one present twenty actual cases tried in the "courtrooms of the mind" where the only defense witnesses are the heart and soul. The result is a most compelling case for the defense.
Hardcover, 286 pages
Published May 1st 1988 by New York City Pub Co
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Rabbi Hanoch Teller is a world-renowned Orthodox Jewish lecturer and prolific author who popularized the Jewish literary genre of true, contemporary stories to convey inspirational and ethical themes. Author of hundreds of heartwarming stories, essays, and historical narratives, plus 20 books, Teller is also a popular lecturer, teacher, producer, advisor and tour guide in Jerusalem.
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