The Non-Orthodox Jew’s Guide to Orthodox Jews
by David Baum
The Non-Orthodox Jew’s Guide to Orthodox Jews offers an all-encompassing view of Orthodox Jews’ beliefs and actions and explains the issues that non-Orthodox Jews often find puzzling or exasperating. Readers will encounter surprisingly refreshing discussions of topics such as happiness, good and evil, personal integrity, suffering, heaven and hell, prophecy, prayer, charit...more
Paperback, First Edition, 365 pages
Published October 10th 2010 by Veracity Press
(first published October 2010)
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He was so arrogant that his opinion was right, and that Orthodoxy is the best for all Jews and he just went on and on about many of his points. He needed a good editor, which I don't think he had. It is a self-published book, and he didn't seem to get any stamps of approval from anyone for it.