Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik-the Rav-was one of the twentieth century's most significant Jewish thinkers. He was widely regarded as the intellectual leader of an open, engaged, and meaningful Orthodoxy for the twentieth century. Rabbi Soloveitchik wrote many essays and delivering thousands of lectures. Culled from personal notes from some of those lectures, as well as translations, transcriptions, and the Rav's own writings, Rabbi Saul Weiss's Insights of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik offers a masterful, comprehensive guide to the Rav, arranged topically, illuminating the Rav's thinking on the fundamental theological, ethical, communal, social, personal and halachic issues to Judaism.
Rabbi Saul Weiss is author of Torah Values: A Midrashic Approach and Insights: A Talmudic Treasury (Vol. 1 and Vol. 2). He lives in the Boston area.
Chapter 1 Creation and God Chapter 2 Emunah Chapter 3 Torah Chapter 4 Observance and Experience Chapter 5 Prayer and Benedictions Chapter 6 Ethical Virtues and Moral Values Chapter 7 Man and Woman Chapter 8 Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur Chapter 9 The Three Festivals Chapter 10 Mourning and Tisha B'Av Chapter 11 The People of Israel Chapter 12 The State of Israel Chapter 13 Aspects of Kedushah Chapter 14 Teshuvah-Repentance Chapter 15 Personal and Family Outlook