Harry Freedman is a writer and academic with a PhD in Aramaic. His publications include The Gospels' Veiled Agenda, The Murderous History of Bible Translations and The Talmud: A Biography. He has written for the Guardian, Jewish Chronicle, Jewish Quarterly, Judaism Today and contributed to the Encyclopaedia of Modern Jewish Culture.
Welcome to the curious but fascinating world of Harry Freedman's Kabbalah: Secrecy, Scandal and the Soul, a cheerfully non-partisan, no-frills attempt at demystifying one of the world's most mysterious, opaque and esoteric spiritual traditions. * Spectator * Freedman navigates the story with great skill and good judgment [...] In a secular age such as our own, when popular theological literacy is at an all-time low [he] has undoubtedly done a great service by rescuing Kabbalah from the pile * Daily Telegraph *