A lot of good well researched material.Quite ground breaking. Somewhere towards the 2/3rd to 3/4th part of the book he started rambling a bit.
The fact about chess players, the ones who did regular tournaments did not improve as much as those who did serious study.
While one of the main themes of the book is the importance and sacredness of the Hebrew language, the narrator butcher's the Hebrew. The bad pronunciation makes a mockery of Hebrew. A bilingual narrator should have been used for this.
Sitting at the Feet of Rabbi Jesus
It does open up many interesting thoughts.
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