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Isaiah 58

Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein's biography The Bridge Builder tells the story of how he came to a life of building bridges between Christians and Jews. In this video, the sixth of eight in our series, Rabbi Eckstein explains how one chapter in the book of Isaiah inspired him to redouble his ministry's efforts toward helping the poor and destitute in the former Soviet Union.

Learn more about Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein’s biography at bridgebuilderbook.com

Click here to order your hardcover copy of The Bridge Builder, or click here to order a copy for Kindle.

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