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Touching History:

From Williamsburg to Jerusalem

This gripping memoir tells the personal story of a man who has lived at the epicenter of the major events of modern Jewish history. Rabbi Sholom Gold, born in Williamsburg, Brooklyn over eight decades ago, has lived through the most traumatic, tragic, and ultimately majestic period in the four-thousand-year saga of the Jewish people. Rabbi Gold chronicles here his relationships and memorable encounters with many of the Torah world’s most illustrious personages and with prominent Israeli political figures.

A passionate advocate for the land of Israel, in which he has lived for over forty years, Rabbi Gold tells of his struggles and political activism to preserve the integrity of the state, and as a Rabbi and teacher, he relates many anecdotes from his years in the rabbinate.

With sensitivity, depth, warmth, and plenty of humor, Rabbi Gold opens a fascinating window on the tumultuous and dynamic years of destruction and rebuilding that preceded and followed the founding of the Jewish state, and offers an insider s perspective on life in the land he holds so dear.


בתוך עמי אנוכי
(Hebrew version of Touching History)

This Hebrew translation of Rabbi Gold's autobiography was specially produced for his grandchildren who were all born and raised in Israel.

The new Hebrew introduction contains Rabbi Gold's Ani Ma’amin" where a Saba presents his creed to his grandchildren.

Today’s youth are exposed to a wide variety of hashkafot: some true, some not so true; some noble, some not so; some infused with Ahavat Yisrael and Ahavat Eretz Yisrael and some lacking thereof. Saba thinks that he might yet have some input into their souls.


A View from the Mountain

Volume 1 and Volume 2 (NEW)

Selected essays and torah insights from some of Rabbi Gold's most famous shiurim.



In preparation

Eretz Yisrael: The Passion of Our Time

A guide to the perplexed: Essays on the hashkafa and halacha of Eretz Yisrael.

A plethora of hashkafot crowd the marketplace of ideas, and so much of it is chaff which cries out to be winnowed. This book will help to clarify it for those whose minds are receptive to truth.