Who Created God?: and Other Essays (Paperback)
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"God is a central focus and central force in my life, which is why so many of the essays in this book relate to the idea of God." Rabbi Stephen Lewis Fuchs Who Created God? It's something many of us wonder about at some point. Of course, there's no way to know for sure who created God, yet it is a question that Rabbi Stephen Fuchs ponders in, "Who Created God? and Other Essays." Through the writings that comprise this book, you will discover what happens when the rabbi invites Jesus into his Sukkah, his reaction to encountering his first swastika, and what Rabbi Fuchs feels is an intelligent response to terror. He also discusses Israel and describes its development since it became the homeland of the Jewish People in 1948. These are just a few of the engaging topics about which the rabbi shares his insights. You won't want to miss "The Jewish Marriage Ceremony" in which Rabbi Fuchs explains the rich symbolism and charming traditions involved when a Jewish couple gets married beneath a chuppah. At the end of the book, there is an exclusive and enlightening interview with Rabbi Fuchs.