Beyond a Reasonable Doubt - Special Edition
The Perfect Book for Thinking People - Ideal Gift
About - Beyond a Reasonable Doubt - Special Edition
Do you have questions - most of us have. The problem is there are very few people to ask... Or at least we feel that way - and we bottle ourselves up and go on wondering - never really ever sure if the path we are on is correct. If that sounds like something familiar then this book is for you. In fact this book is so good I would suggest it as a must read for anyone Jewish. The proofs that Rabbi Waldman brings are phenomenal. He knows how to bring what is necessary, a little more, but not too much so as to seem excessive. An excellent work. An intelligent person should see what there is to see with this book. This book is a Special Edition and is a newly adapted edition of the original work, tailored to meet the needs of Beginners to Judaism. This volume contains website references and an added appendix on the origins of Christianity and Islam – it aims to give you a complete picture.
Reviews - Beyond a Reasonable Doubt - Special Edition
Proud to be a Jew (10/1/2013) wrote:
I read the book Beyond A Reasonable Doubt by Rabbi Shmuel Waldman and I must say that I loved it so much that I couldn't even put it down! I read this great book more than five times and I constantly read over some of the different chapters in it all of the time. This book shows how the world must have been created by a creator and it knocks out the misleading lies of evolution. It shows that the bible must have been given at sinai and it shows eternal existence. The book shows divine providence in Jewish history and plenty more. I feel that it's a great book in fact many of my friends have read it and they have all really enjoyed it a lot. It is a "must read" for all young and old alike.
Sandra K (3/1/2013) wrote:
I have already purchased 5 copies of this book to share with my friends who are also on their spiritual journeys. This book confirms in black and white many beliefs that I have always "known" to be true but was never taught in my Reform Jewish education. The part of the book discussing the truths of nature in itself makes the book well worth reading. This book will be a good resource for you in any discussion you might have on facts versus fiction regarding creation as opposed to evolution. I highly recommend this book!