For the Perplexed of the Generation
Response to contemporary philosophy and science, first published on the internet in 2010.
Essay on the attitude of traditionalist Jewry toward secular Zionism.
Collection of sermons delivered by Rav Kook in the late 19th century while serving as rabbi in Lithuania.
Commentary on the Siddur and the Haggadah, edited by Rav Kook’s son, Rav Tzvi Yehuda Kook.
Collection of Rav Kook’s writings on topics like the Jewish people, nationalism, and attitudes toward other religions.
Four-volume compilation of essays containing Rav Kook’s philosophy, edited by his student, Rav David HaKohen ("The Nazir").
Popular short work on repentance edited by Rav Kook’s son, Rav Tzvi Yehuda Kook.
Short work on the meaning and purpose of Torah study, edited by Rav Kook’s son, Rav Tzvi Yehuda Kook.
About Rav KookRabbi Avraham Yitzchak HaKohen Kook, also known by the acronym “haRaayah” or simply as “haRav” (“the rabbi”) by his followers, was the first Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi in pre-state Israel and an essential figure in the development of religious Zionism. He was a talmudic scholar, philosopher, mystic, and poet. Most of his works were not originally written as books, but were compiled by his students from notes left in a series of journals.
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