This is a very important book addressing some very important questions. Judaism posits a G-d that is moral, good, compassionate and just, and we are commanded to emulate those qualities. And yet at first glance there seems to be much in the Torah that contradicts these values. Rabbi Michoel Stern has taken on the daunting task of addressing this conundrum. The reader may or may not agree with all of his answers, but there is no question that this book offers real food for thought and reveals facets of the Divine wisdom that many of us have not considered.
Rabbi Dr. Yitzchak Breitowitz