Jewish Philosophy

Works of Jewish Philosophy and Theology

  • The Committed Life

    The Committed Life

    Principles of good living from our timeless past

    Author : Esther Jungreis
  • Ethics of Our Fathers

    Ethics of Our Fathers

    This is a book of ethics, honesty, and advice written by our holy Sages and applicable to our modern lives

    Author : Rabbi Meir Zlotowitz
  • A Letter For The Ages

    A Letter For The Ages

    The great Ramban (Nachmanides) sent this letter to his son as a blueprint for an ethical life

    Author : The Ramba”n
  • A Guide To Jewish Outlook

    A Guide To Jewish Outlook

    A Guide to Torah Hashkofoh [Outlook] with Questions and Answers on Judaism

    Author : Rabbi Eliezer Gevirtz
  • Living Each Day

    Living Each Day

    LIVING EACH DAY provides an inspirational message and an appropriate prayer for every single day of the year, in a convenient daily calendar format with room for daily notes. They are perfect companions for daily doses of strength and thought.

    Author : Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski M.D.
  • Loving Kindness

    Loving Kindness

    Author : Shiurim of R’ Fishel Schachter Based on the Teaching of the Chofetz Chaim
  • Let There Be Rain

    Let There Be Rain

    A Lesson A day on making Gratitude a part of our lives

    Author : Rabbis Shimon Finkelman and Zechariah Wallerstein
  • Choose Life

    Choose Life

    An Approach for obtaining happiness and meaning based on the principles of Torah

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  • Beyond Survival

    Beyond Survival

    Growing spiritually via the thirteen principles

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  • Permission to Believe

    Permission to Believe

    Four Rational Approaches to G-d’s Existence The most perplexing question of all times: does God really exist? And is it really irrational to believe so? World renowned lecturer and educator Rabbi Lawrence Kelemen, Harvard graduate, examines the case for God in this intellectually groundbreaking book. A well-researched and footnoted work, this is an essential read for any individual with intellectual curiosity and spiritual thirst, and anyone who is involved in Jewish outreach.

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  • Permission to Receive

    Permission to Receive

    Four rational approaches to the Torah’s Divine Origin, for those who value both intellectual integrity and the Jewish spiritual inheritance.

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  • Life Is A Test

    Life Is A Test

    How to Meet Life’s Challenges Successfully

    Author : Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis
  • Ascending Jacob’s Ladder

    Ascending Jacob’s Ladder

    Essays on the Fundamentals of Jewish life

    Author : Rabbi Yaakov Hillel
  • Anatomy Of A Search

    Anatomy Of A Search

    Personal drama in the teshuvah revolution.

    Author : Rabbi Akiva Tatz
  • Living Emunah

    Living Emunah

    Think about living a life of no stress. No anxiety. No fear. Is it an impossible dream, an unreachable fantasy? Or… can it be achieved? And can YOU achieve it? Our Sages’ clear answer to these life-transforming questions is: Yes. You can live a life of tranquility, serenity and happiness, no matter what is happening around you. What it takes is emunah, faith. Faith in Hashem and His goodness, belief that He cares for you, knows what is best for you and is completely involved in your life. If you believe that totally – you’re on the path to emunah, the road that leads to real happiness.

    Author : Rabbi David Ashear
  • Living Inspired

    Living Inspired

    Shows how an understanding of some of the deeper ideas and patterns of Torah thought can illuminate our everyday experiences

    Author : Rabbi Akiva Tatz
  • The Garden Of Emuna

    The Garden Of Emuna

    A Practical Guide to Life By Rabbi Shalom Arush Translated by Brody, Rabbi Lazer Emuna–faith–is the cornerstone for every Jew, and a deepening of faith opens our eyes to blessings and opportunities we never thought possible.

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  • Aryeh Kaplan Anthology Volume I

    Aryeh Kaplan Anthology Volume I

    Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan asks hard questions about Judaism and its commandments, and he gives compelling answers that have broadened the horizons of countless people.

    Author : Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan
  • Aryeh Kaplan Anthology Volume II

    Aryeh Kaplan Anthology Volume II

    Author : Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan
  • G-d Winked

    G-d Winked

    Sara Yoheved Rigler, the author of the bestseller Holy Woman, made her first, year-long trip to India while still in college. She spent 15 years living in an ashram and practicing and teaching meditation. Then her spiritual journey took a hairpin turn. She went to Jerusalem and started studying what she called, “the world’s most hidden religion: Torah Judaism.” The tales collected in this book span the breadth of Sara Yoheved Rigler’s colorful, adventure-filled life. The lessons derived from a dizzying variety of sources:

    Author : Sara Yoheved Rigler