Über den Autor
Rabbi Yirmeyahu Bindman was born in Coventry, England, and received a degree in physics from London University in 1971. He is the author of Lord George Gordon, a dramatized biography of the eighteenth-century English convert to Judaism, and The Seven Colors of the Rainbow, an exposition of the Noachide Law. He moved to Israel in 1979 and now lives in Jerusalem with his wife and children.
This volume chronicles the life of Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzatto, one of the greatest and most controversial of kabbalistic thinkers. Best known for his work Mesillat Yesharim_a treatise on the path man must follow to attain religious and ethical perfection_Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzatto, also known as the Ramchal, was a kabbalist, Hebrew poet, accomplished linguist, and leader of a group of religious thinkers who were primarily interested in the problems of redemption and messianism.