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Werner Sombart, Christopher Columbus and American Exceptionalism

The Torah, one of many documents defining a Jew, the nature of God, and the elements of faith. It could be the blueprint for a Godly Israel. And a key source of the rule of law in Israel--or it should be. Is the ingathering of the Jews in the offing? But these Jews must turn to God, Whom their leaders, and the public in Israel, seem to have forsaken. (What parallels exist between Judaism and George Lucas' Jedi ideal?) It names many heroes, including Abraham and Sarah.

In my book Rescuing America from Nihilism: A Judeo-Scientific Approaching (Lightcatcher, 1st edition 2014), I elaborate on two eminent figures in the development of America: Christopher Columbus and the German sociologist Werner Sombart (1863-1941).