"...a recognized classic that is as relevant today as it was when it was first published thirty years ago..." -- Malcolm Hoenlein,
"...will be read with wide interest and provide a gateway to an important rubric of Jewish thought and philosophy." -- Lord Immanuel
About the Author
Rabbi Maurice Lamm was awarded an honorary doctorate by Yeshiva University, from which he holds a B.A., M.A., and rabbinic ordination. He has served on the faculty of Stern College for Women, was field director of Military Chaplains, and traveled for the U. S. Department of Defense with the civilian equivalent of Major General. His chaplaincy duties took him around the world. One of his most important contributions has been the creation of the National Institute for Jewish Hospice.