Confessions of a Rabbi and Psychic Hardback
In this compelling series of letters between Rabbi Shmuley Boteach and controversial paranormalist Uri Geller, the correspondence begins with a search for answers.
Uri seeks wisdoms that go deeper than any he has fathomed on his own, while Shumley examines how to harness the wild forces motivating the New Spiritual Age.
The two correspondents write in sharply contrasting styles, creating a dynamic relationship that invites the reader to follow its progression as a vast range of topics is explored.
Rabbi Boteach is a straight-talking, open-minded sceptic who trusts his eyes and his religious instincts, with a heavyweight education and rebel's role in the Judaic establishment; Uri Geller is a fable-weaving, controversial paranormalist who has never found any single explanation for all the things he knows to be true, with a broad and motley education and a well-established position outside the Establishment.
Far reaching in both scope and depth, Confessions of a Rabbi and a Psychic presents a fascinating dialogue in which each writer gradually comes to understand the other's heart, in the process making extraordinary revelations never before disclosed to anyone.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 208 pages
- Publisher: Pavilion Books
- Publication Date: 27/02/2001
- Category: Prose: non-fiction
- ISBN: 9781861054104