22 11, 2017

The Torah requires orthopraxy not orthodoxy

By |2017-11-22T04:44:54-07:00November 22nd, 2017|Book Reviews, Thoughts|

  Jeffrey Radon’s easy to read book “Reconciling A contradictory Abraham” introduces readers to an orthoprax view of Judaism, an approach held by many ancient Jewish sages. Orthopraxy is not a water-downed Judaism; Radon is a practicing Jew. Orthoprax Judaism stresses that the Torah contains no philosophy, no system of beliefs, and no requirement to [...]

19 07, 2017

A new website calls me the author’s teacher

By |2017-07-19T05:27:24-07:00July 19th, 2017|Jewish Books|

You may be interested in this new website where Jeffrey Radon, who runs the site, calls me his teacher. I do not post articles on this site, only here and the blog at Times of Israel where I place the same articles that I place here. This is what Jeffrey Radon wrote to me. The [...]