The premise of this useful book is that all concepts within Judaism can — and should — be explained within the context of Kabbalah. Entries are organized alphabetically; each entry includes an explanation and an example of the concept. At times the entries are too short, leaving the reader yearning to learn more.
Like Kabbalah itself, this work is not only about Kabbalah. It is really a one-volume Jewish encyclopedia, whose entries include such concepts as “Kosher,” “Chumash” and “Midrash.” The Kabbalah Handbook has a place in every Jewish library.