Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook was Chief Rabbi of Eretz Yisrael until his death in 1935. He is known as a deep mystical writer, with a profound love of the Jewish People and the Land of Israel. As a strict Orthodox Jew and observer of Halakhah, he nevertheless was progressive and accepting of all, and a compassionate humanist.
Editor/Author: Rabbi Dov Peretz Elkins
Publisher: AuthorHOUSE | Publication Location: Bloomington, Indiana | Publication Year: 2005
Book Type: Softcover | Pages: 142 | ISBN: 1420872613