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Ari Barak and the Free-Will Paradox by Shaul Behr

Ari Barak and the Free-Will Paradox

by Shaul Behr

400 pages
Ari Barak, a mischievous ADHD teenager, meets up with the brainy Howard Segal in a yeshiva with a difference. What is Rabbi White's secret? Can Ari and Howard solve the paradox of free will? And how will they clean up the mess they've made of the history of the world?

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About the Book
A yeshiva is supposed to be a place where young Jewish men go to learn Torah. It follows an orderly, set routine. Decorum is observed. The food is occasionally palatable. The curriculum is predictable, following the tradition of centuries. In short, it is almost everything that Rabbi White’s yeshiva is not.

What conventional yeshiva, for instance, would employ a mute giant with superhuman strength? Or boast technology that would stun any future-tech company? What Rosh Yeshiva would encourage his students to climb sheer rock faces? Or serve them food that routinely sends them into gustatory rapture? Or give them a practical, hands-on guide to the workings of the universe—including field trips?

Ari Barak, a mischievous ADHD teenager, meets up with the brainy Howard Segal, and together they quickly discover just how different this institution is.

What is Rabbi White’s big secret? Can Ari and Howard solve the ancient paradox of free will? And how will they clean up the mess they’ve made of the history of the world?

 

 

About the Author
Shaul Behr is an Orthodox Rabbi, husband, father, software professional, and running enthusiast, who writes for fun in his spare time, of which he has none. Born and bred in South Africa, he now lives in Beit Shemesh, Israel, with his wife and five children.

 

 

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