Rav Avigdor Miller, zt"l, answered that need for thousands of Jews, and more than a decade after his passing, he continues to do so. Rav Miller left behind a vast legacy of recorded shiurim and writings. Now, thanks to the efforts of Rabbi Yaakov Astor, an important part of that legacy has been transformed into this monumental book.
The themes of emunah and bitachon permeated a great many of Rav Miller's shiurim and seforim, but the material was scattered in many different places and was thus hard to access. Now, that eye-opening material has been collected, assembled and organized into a fascinating question-and-answer book, a book that will answer your questions and bring you clarity when you need it most. Rav Miller's bold, straightforward approach sheds a brilliant light on the most troubling, thorny issues that confront us. His crystal clear Torah wisdom will profoundly impact your life.
"This sefer will surely enlighten and inspire every reader.äóÁ—"_--äóÁí_í_Rabbi Shmuel Miller, Rosh Yeshiva, Yeshiva Gedolah Bais Yisroel
About the author
Yaakov Astor, Editor-in-Chief of Zman Magazine, has written, co-written or edited more than twenty-five books. His two most recent books are The Hidden HandäóÁí_í_--äóÁí_í_The Holocaust and The Hidden Hand: Uncovering Divine Providence in Major Events of the 20th Century.
A former yeshiva teacher and principal, he was also editor of Nehemiah and Trei Asar, Vol. 1, in the ArtScroll Tanach Series. He has published numerous articles over the years in Yated Ne'eman, Hamodia, Mishpacha, The Jewish Observer and other publications.
He has worked with Rabbi Joseph Elias, shlit"a, on producing the Holocaust Curriculum for Torah Umesorah and is currently working with Rabbi Berel Wein producing an online Jewish History course for the Destiny Foundation.
He is also Deputy Director for Zechor Yemos Olam, the Holocaust education branch of Torah Umesorah. In this capacity, he helps develop and administer the ZYO Fellowships, a year-long online course that "teaches the teachers" how to teach the Holocaust.
Collected and adapted by: Rabbi Yaakov Astor
Hardcover | 6" x 9" | 304 pages | ISBN 9781607630890
e-Book | ISBN 9781607630920