From Flickers to Flames (Two Volume Set)
|Book Title||From Flickers to Flames (Two Volume Set)|
|Author||Rabbi Binyomin Schonblum|
|Pages||Vol 1: 410 Vol 2: 392|
"With the slightest spark, one can ignite another Jew's heart."
Kiruv rechokim often seems like the buzzword of today's generation. But are we doing enough to reach our brethren who have been raised without Torah and mitzvos? What more should we be doing, and how?
In From Flickers to Flames, Rabbi Binyomin Schonblum has compiled sources on all facets of the mitzvah of kiruv, beginning with the pesukim and Gemaras and continuing through Rishonim, Acharonim, and contemporary sources. Through stories and insights quoted from a wealth of Torah literature, he demonstrates how and why we should fulfill this mitzvah.
From Flickers to Flames is a resource for all who want to learn more about the Torah view on kiruv.
"With love, care, and common sense, and the Torah's guidance, we can change others' lives forever."
"The author has done a great thing, to awaken in acheinu bnei Yisrael the great obligation and responsibility that rests upon each and every one of us to be mekarev others...the author clarifies that we are all able to be mekarev and teach our Jewish brethren."
- Rav Shmuel Kamenetsky
"I was overjoyed to see this extremely important sefer, the fruits of (the author's) extreme effort and toil...All of his words are built upon the daas Torah of our rebbeim...and are illuminating and filled with yiras Shamayim."
- Rav Yeruchem Olshin
"The author has lifted his heart to author an exhaustive publication, to ignite the hearts of those who fear Hashem to influence others based upon the Torah...His (the author) toil is discernible from the pages of the sefer, that he sat days and nights in the depths of halachah to clarify this sugya."
- Rav Eliyahu Dov Wachtfogel
"This sefer's contents are brimming and overflowing and based upon Chazal and the words of our rebbeim."
- Rav Matisyahu Salomon
"(An) esteemed and extremely important sefer addressing the importance of kiruv rechokim."
- Rav Yitzchak Scheiner