You’re offered a three-month total exemption from Torah. No positive or negative commandment would apply. No Torah ethics would matter. You’re given a chance to do whatever you want — with no limits, restrictions or consequences. Would you take it?
What if, instead of an exemption from mitzvos, the offer was for a complete exemption from the need to eat. For three months, you wouldn’t have to eat a thing. But you also wouldn’t enjoy any food. Would you take it?
Torah’s truth is unassailable, yet many Jews from observant homes lack clarity in their emunah. Could things be different? What would life be like if we lived in the “emunah reality”? Rabbi Moshe Goldstein, shlita, has been one of the most fascinating, original, and effective educators in Israel for decades. A greatly respected Rosh Yeshiva, his amazing warmth and legendary shiurim have helped thousands of young people choose to stay frum — and lead happier lives. In this powerful volume, for the first time, his unique approach has been adapted for English-speaking audiences.