In view of the spiritual renaissance expressed in a broad interest in the concepts of Judaism, it sometimes seems that the interest stops at the technical level. Even if you know what the shofar is and when to blow it, and even if you are exposed to concepts such as "temple" or "tsitzit", in many cases it is not clear what the idea behind these concepts is. This phenomenon is valid both in general education and in religious education, and impairs the ability to connect to the world of Judaism.
View the value of Judaism is the first attempt of its kind to present a systematic Gothic Mishnah on the basic concepts of Judaism and what lies behind them, in an illustrated and inviting format. The contents of the book are based on general Torah literature, but mainly on the writings of one of the greatest Jewish thinkers of the last generation, Rabbi Avraham Yitzchak HaCohen Kook, who dedicated his life to writing a large-scale spiritual Mishna that deals, among other things, with revealing the inner logic of the concepts of Judaism.
To understand the "why" behind the "how". understand the world inside. That's the whole story.