Ever read a line from the Torah and felt uneasy?
Ever wondered why so many people who have never heard of the Torah seem to live moral lives, and why the Torah is necessary in that case?
Ever wondered if the voice inside protesting the Torah's slavery, broad strokes of capital punishment, and random violence is the voice of reason or the evil inclination trying to worm doubt into your head?
I have. This book is the product of those questions. It addresses all those points and more, bringing to light the Torah's overarching view of moral reason in lucid filigree.