JWST 435 Rashi, Halevi, Maimonides: Rabbinical Luminaries of the Middle Ages

An exploration of the lives and major works of Judaisms most significant religious writers of the Jewish Middle Ages. Rashi, the prince of Biblical commentators; Judah Halevi, poet laureate of the Jewish people and author of The Kuzari; Moses Maimonides, the supreme Jewish thinker of all ages, and author of The Guide for the Perplexed.