By Kol Menachem
The biography of the Lubavitcher Rebbe written by Rabbi Chaim Miller has been endorsed by a veteran Shliach, a Chasidic leader, a Chief Rabbi, a Kiruv Professional and others.
Miller, compiler of the Gutnick Chumash and other popular works, has written a complete biography of Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, chronicling the Rebbe’s entire life in vivid detail from 1902 until 1994 and beyond.
“A formidable volume… it feels like I am part of an intimate reading, perspective and perception of our dear Rebbe, which is the greatest compliment that one can give a writer….” says Rabbi Shalom Lipskar, Shliach of The Shul of Bal Harbor.
“I compliment you on your capacity to be able to somehow encapsulate some glimpse of this giant, greater than life Giant and communicate it in a manner that is both informative and at the same time infuse the reader with a sense of holiness and transcendence.
“I highly recommend this book to scholars, students and lay people of every background.”
“Rabbi Miller’s hand is the hand of an expert, revealing to the reader a wondrous portrait of the Rebbe,” wrote Rabbi Israel Meir Lau, former Ashkenazic Chief Rabbi of Israel.
“Rabbi Chaim Miller has written a masterpiece depicting the remarkable life and times of the Lubavitcher Rebbe z’ya. While honest and bold, it respects the sod, the secret of the towering tzadik whose life’s song changed the world,” said Rabbi Moshe Weinberger, Congregation Aish Kodesh, Woodmere, NY.
Adam Jacobs, Managing Director at Aish Center, Manhattan, writes: “Rabbi Miller has done a superlative job illuminating the life and work of a great man known to many but understood by few. It is a refreshing, engaging and well-written portrait of one of the giants of Jewish thought and leadership.”
“Only truly great biographers have been able to accomplish what he has with this book. He provides the reader with exhaustive and well-documented details of the Rebbe’s personal background, but does not lose sight if the Rebbe’s public leadership role nor of his significant place in the history of the Jewish people.
“I am awed by his work, and am now even more awed than ever before by the Rebbe’s personality and prodigious accomplishments. This book will be avidly read from cover to cover, and then retained near the reader’s desk for further consultation and inspiration,” writes Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb, Executive Vice President Emeritus, Orthodox Union; Editor-in-Chief, Koren-Steinsaltz Talmud
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