Reflections from Yerushalayim

Thoughts on the Torah, the Land and the Nation of Israel
by Nachman Kahana


I’m happy to share with you news of the release of Rabbi Nachman Kahana’s new book, “Reflections from Yerushalayim”! It is a compilation of original philosophic and hashkafic perspectives, ideas and opinions in 7 areas of contemporary Jewish life, the history of the Jewish people, and insights into various Jewish rabbinic sources.


Reflections from Yerushalayim by Rabbi Nachman Kahana


Excerpt from the Foreword by Rabbi Dr. Sholom Gold, Founding Rabbi of Kehilat Zichron Yosef, Har Nof, and Dean of Avrrom Silver Jerusalem College for Adults:

“Rabbi Nachman Kahana has produced a work that will engage the reader in an uplifting adventure of spirit. This sefer bears a message that is absolutely vital for the Jewish people now. There are no secrets here, there is no hidden agenda that lurks beneath the surface, and no subtle nuances that have to be discovered. Rabbi Kahana has a very clearly defined purpose that is the theme of this sefer and is evident from the very beginning. He pulls no punches, gives no quarter, brooks no excuses, and leaves no holds barred.”



Table of Contents

Foreword Rabbi Dr. Sholom Gold
Introduction Rabbi Nachman Kahana
Part I: HaShem and the Nation of Israel
Part II: Life Lessons from Our Holy Ancestors
Part III: Insights from Our Holy Days
Part IV: Prayers, Blessings and Sacrificial Offerings
Part V: The Land of Israel and the State of Israel
Part VI: What Distinguishes the Jewish People from Other Nations
Part VII: The Way a Jew Must Live
An Open Letter to HaShem


For more information about the book and how to purchase, visit the Reflections from Yerushalayim, Thoughts on the Torah, the Land and the Nation of Israel page on Rabbi Kahana’s site.