Kabbalah, the “ancient Hebrews,” and Europe’s most famous Jewish heretic.
Why did one great rabbi help a cantankerous social misfit and rabbinic genius tar a third rabbi as a heretic?
“Happy is the people who knows the blast.”
Isaac Luria and the legend of Safed.
Exploring the great Argentinian writer’s unusual fascination with Judaism and enthusiasm for the Jewish state.
By slaughtering roosters on an airplane.
A Large Volume of Virtues, Medicines, Amulets, and Fortunes.
Nestorian Christians and Sefer Y’tsirah.
But who wrote the Zohar?
A subversive who never lost his faith in redemption.
Kabbalistic art and a new atlas.
A lost work by Abraham Isaac Kook.
A new translation of a classic work grants access to a great theological debate.
And the 17th-century Spanish book that influenced it.