Fewer people living with faith. More people dying for faith. A sacred paradox.
Author - Jeffrey Salkin
Rabbi Jeffrey K. Salkin is the spiritual leader of Temple Solel in Hollywood, Fla., and the author of numerous books on Jewish spirituality and ethics, published by Jewish Lights Publishing and Jewish Publication Society.
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