Which verse in the creation story caused a revolution in the ancient world? How do the Midrash, Maimonides and Albert Einstein explain God's choice of Abraham? What is the basic moral principle that humanity learned from Joseph? How do King David, the prophet Zechariah, a 19th century archaeologist and a 21st century neuroscience researcher contribute to understanding the secret of Moses' leadership? And what is between Noah's ark, the act of the tabernacle and modern mathematics? After years in which they are read every week by tens of thousands in Israel and around the world, the sermons of Rabbi Yonatan Zaks are presented for the first time in a Hebrew edition. With the hand of an artist, Rabbi Zaks connects the Torah of Israel with the wisdom of the West, between traditional interpretation and daring preaching, between the love of God and the love of man, between the eternal Word of God and the challenges of the hour, between Bible and Midrash and philosophy and culture and science - a thought craft of Torah innovations.