Kabbalah : The Splendor of Judaism
Kabbalah: The Splendor of Judaism, by David M. Wexelman, explores the inner meanings of the commandments of the Torah. Wexelman uses Kabbalistic sources to give insights into the secrets of the Torah from the works of the Arizal and Chasidic literature. The author has included recommendations from Rabbinic authorities to give the reader complete confidence of the authenticity of his literature. Wexelman explains the Torah in a way that reveals its mystical splendor.
- Hardback | 208 pages
- 163 x 235 x 28mm | 612g
- 30 Nov 2001
- Jason Aronson Inc. Publishers
- Northvale NJ, United States
Rabbi David Wexelman learned in the School of Kabbalah in Meron. He is very connected to the Holy Zohar and is devoted to its dissemination to English readers. He has great faith that through spreading the teachings of the Zohar will be aroused in the Jewish people the spirit of repentance and will be brought nearer the redemption. -- Rabbi Meir Stern
About David M. Wexelman
Rabbi David M. Wexelman grew up in a secular Jewish household in Brooklyn, New York. He attended Stuyvesant High School and received a bachelors degree from Brooklyn College in psychology and education. He studied first in the Lubavitch center on Eastern Parkway. After immigrating to Israel with his family in 1983, he studied in the Breslov Center in the city of Safed and in the School of Kabbalah of Rabbi Meir Stern in Meron. Today he lives in Jerusalem, is the founder of the Jerusalem Clinic for the mentally ill, and is the assistant director of the School of Kabbalah of Chaim Vital.