"This book had me nodding my head and taking notes in the margin from the very first page. Edgar Bronfman . . . rightly points out that Judaism can be a powerful way to access the feeling of wonder about the universe, even for the most secular of us."—A. J. Jacobs
"This book is Edgar Bronfman's parting gift to his people-his legendary devotion in a new form. As he was with his deeds, so he is with his words: a prince of Jewish commitment."—Leon Wieseltier
"This book is a must-have for anyone compelled to more deeply understand and love being Jewish."
"Edgar Bronfman's book gives voice to so many of us who feels outside of the normal religious constructs but love Judaism. While I wish I had met him in person, this book made me feel like I was having a lifelong conversation with this very wise man."—Tiffany Shlain, filmmaker
"This moving and powerful testament demonstrates how much Judaism, with its intertwined concepts of freedom and responsibility, has to offer the thinking modern person in search of life's purpose. Read, and choose to stand at Sinai."—Dara Horn, author of A Guide for the Perplexed
"I was blown away by the beauty of this book and whole-heartedly recommend it."—Bruce Feiler, New York Times bestselling author of Walking the Bible and Abraham