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    Many Shluchim have already ordered this book in quantities to distribute to their Balei Batim. iBelieve has just been released, with a rightful subtitle: Everything You Ever Wanted to Ask  Full Story

    Many Shluchim have already ordered this book in quantities to distribute to their Balei Batim.

    iBelieve has just been released, with a rightful subtitle: Everything You Ever Wanted to Ask.

    iBelieve follows a captivating conversation between a brother and sister, Max and Amy, which takes place after Max becomes religiously observant.

    They discuss everything from: Is there a G-d? Where is G-d? Free choice, Jewish meditation, everything is for the best, the Rebbe, Moshiach and much more. Authored by: Dudi Caplin and Nadav Cohen

    Published by Idan chadash. Pockes size 4 x 6, 190 pages, S/C.

    Available at your local Judaica Store or at Amazon.com.

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    Sample conversations:

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    Hey, I’m back. You there?

    Yup, fire away

    Great, Let’s start from the very beginning, with the creation of the world.

    Oh boy… here we go. And anyway, are you sure that’s the beginning? Maybe the world always existed?

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    Tell me. Is the Rebbe a ‘tzaddik’ like we were talking about yesterday?

    There’s a difference between a tzaddik and a Rebbe. A tzaddik is a person on a tremendously lofty spiritual level. A Rebbe is like that but he also has a special mission. For me and other Lubavitch Chassidim, the Rebbe is more than ‘just’ a tzaddik. He is someone with a mission that effects every Jew and the entire world. There might be a few tzaddikim nowadays, but there is only ONE Rebbe.

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    1. Shmuel

      Yes, a great book for Mivtzoyim, (and even for ourselves..)

      It’s written in a stimulating, interesting way. No preaching.

      Thank you to the author’s. A great asset for the Jewish community.

    2. just wondering...

      why in the english version of the book, they do not write at all that the Rebbe Is Melech Hamoshiach and he has been revealed etc. etc. although boruch hashem there is no speak of ‘legacy’ etc. in the hebrew version they write very nicely and b’ofen hamiskabel tha the Rebbe is MH”M…
      this seems like some kind of american machla that they say that americans cannot hear the Rebbe’s besuras hageulah from תנש”א & תשנ”ב.
      ומסיימין בטוב

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