“Stuck in a secular modernity that’s lost the plot, and that no longer knows what it is or where it’s going, I choose to hold fast to that tree of life,” Antonio García Martínez writes in The Pull Request. He compares life’s travails to the dense woods, in which we all would want direction. That is the crux of his case for Judaism, the case for planting roots in the timeless tradition of religion. This strong case—made with the beauty of pen and sprinkled with some political takes—is a must read when thinking about teshuva.
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