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A Fine Blend of Scholarly & Popular Jewish Books

Reviews of 'The Ethics of Genesis'

Rabbi Engelberg does not hesitate to raise uncomfortable questions

Reviewed by Rabbi Ari Enkin. This review originally appeared on TorahBookReviews, November 4, 2015   In his The Ethics of Genesis, Rabbi Dr. Abba Engelberg takes a look at the ethical issues that arise in the fundamental stories in the book of Genesis. Some of these interesting topics include: Was God a little too rough […]

“tackles these and many other ethical puzzles in the Book of Genesis”

The Ethics of Genesis by Rabbi Dr. Abba Engelberg Reviewed by Abigain Klein Leichman, Jerusalem Post, January 8, 2015 Did innocent people drown in the great flood? How could Abraham agree to slaughter his own son? Was Jacob devious with Esau and his father, Isaac? Why did Joseph not initiate contact with his family, and […]

Reviewed! The Ethics of Genesis

A Book Equipping You to Defend G-d and Our Patriarchs The Ethics of Genesis by Rabbi Dr. Abba Engelberg. Kodesh Press, New York, 313 pp. Reviewed by Rabbi Aaron I. Reichel, Esq. The Ethics of Genesis is available here Most of us studied the first book of the Bible when we were little children, and […]

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