by Rabbi Ari Kahn
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Did Moshe, preordained to greatness, have free will? When is martyrdom a requirement? Why does the road to redemption never seem to run smooth? In this second volume of his critically acclaimed Echoes of Eden series, Rabbi Ari D. Kahn, a distinguished scholar and educator at Bar Ilan University, combines the mystical explorations of kabbalah and chassidism with a highly intellectual and broad-minded approach to Torah study, as he applies psychology, literature and Jewish history to infuse fresh meaning into some of the most difficult narratives of the Biblical text.
About the Author
|Rabbi Ari Kahn, a graduate of Yeshiva University, received his rabbinic ordination from Yeshiva University's Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary where he studied with Rabbi Yosef Dov Soloveitchik. He is Director of Foreign Student Programs at Bar-Ilan University in Israel, where he also is a senior lecturer in Jewish Studies. He is also a senior educator at MATAN. Rabbi Kahn is Vice President of Migdal Ohr Institutions in Israel where he works closely with Rav Yitzchak Dovid Grossman, founder and Dean of Migdal Ohr.|
A renowned speaker, Rabbi Kahn has lectured worldwide. Having authored over 200 articles on the weekly parsha and holidays, Rabbi Kahn is also the author of Explorations, and in-depth analysis of the weekly Torah reading, and Emanations, an in-depth analysis of the Jewish Holidays. Echoes of Eden is the first of a projected five-volume series by Rabbi Kahn on Chumash to be published by OU Press and Gefen Publishing.