Rabbi Yehonatan Eybeshitz's Books

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About Rabbi Yehonatan Eybeshitz

Rabbi Yehonatan Eybeshitz was one of the greatest rabbis of the eighteenth century. His writings cover all areas of Jewish Learning, including the Talmud, the Shulchan Aruch (the Code of Jewish Law), homiletics, and Kabbala. Even as a child, he was renowned as one of the rare geniuses of his time. He served as rabbi of various communities for more than fifty years. He founded and led yeshivot for most of his life. His students became the leading rabbis and teachers of the next generation.

About Rabbi Yacov Barber

The child of Holocaust survivors. He is the father of six children and a proud grandfather. He has lived and studied in Israel, Canada, and Melbourne, Australia, and currently resides in New York. Having received both rabbinic ordination and judiciary ordination, he has also completed courses in palliative care, mediation, family violence, and arbitration.

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Sparks of Wisdom From
Rabbi Yehonatan Eybeshitz

Drawing from his vast knowledge of Torah, Kabbalah, Talmud, and other ancient
writings, Rabbi Yehonatan Eybeshitz continues to teach us about the inner and outer
world—more than 250 years after his passing.

EXPLORE SEARCHING QUESTIONS LIKE:

Why did God create the world? « Reincarnation: Is it a Jewish belief? «
Where are today’s miracles? « What is Jewish meditation? « Why did God
create me? « Which animal has the most spiritual energy and spiritual life
force?....

Readers of all ages and levels of knowledge will be able to access and appreciate this essential Jewish wisdom

Pearls of Wisdom From
Rabbi Yehonatan Eybeshitz

"Eybeshitz's work adds fascinating new layers to study. . . . translated with clarity and coherence. . . . artfully answering lingering questions. Eybeshitz poses queries. . . . and, several dazzling paragraphs later, arrives at a resolution ready to be considered and debated by scholars of today or centuries from now. . . . A great Talmudist and Kabbalist of the 18th century, translated into English at last." --Book Life Reviews