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Herman Wouk

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He wrote widely read explanations of Jewish beliefs and practices
The great American novelist Herman Wouk was a man who went against the grain. In a life and career that spanned the modern era, from World War I to iPhones, he stood out for his personal Orthodox Jewish observance, for the sense of mission he felt carryin...
1972
Rabbi Moshe Feller is the Head Shliach of Minnesota. In 1972, he invited bestselling author Herman Wouk to speak at his dinner in honor of the Rebbe’s 70th birthday.
With a theater enterprise, tottering is its normal gait. Sometimes it does totter to ruin, and sometimes it totters to great prosperity. But I cannot honestly ascribe either result to my observing the Shabbat.
I am happy that your book, This is My G-d has been translated into Hebrew. Jews brought up in Israel have a great thirst to know more about Judaism.
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