RECENT POSTS ON Judaism and Science
Anti-vaxxers, intactivists and motivated reasoning
Why do some resist established science?
Lessons of the Bible Code Controversy
Faith and commitment need not depend on pseudoscience.
The Birthday of the World and Pseudoscience
Soon Jews will celebrate Rosh HaShanah, the Jewish New Year. This year will be 5775 in the Jewish calendar.
Why Vaccinations are Kosher and Required
Judaism has long supported safe and effective immunization programs.
The Intriguing, Seductive and Ultimately Unsatisfying Anthropic Principle
Is the universe fine-tuned for us?
December 9, 2014 | 10:29 am
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Some believers in a traditional deity deny, or at least are skeptical about, certain claims of science. The issue may be the origin of the universe in a Big Bang, the age of the universe, the nature of the evolution of life on Earth or some other proposition. In these instances,... read on
April 17, 2014 | 3:44 pm
In recent years, in certain circles, it has become fashionable to assert that the Bible is fiction, or that at least key segments of it are fictional. The assertion emanates from two camps. In one of these camps are those who have been described as new or militant atheists. Looking... read on
March 27, 2014 | 9:55 am
February 27, 2014 | 12:43 pm
From time to time, like when an itch just needs to be scratched or a roiling cauldron must overflow, essays are written and debates ensue over the question of whether there is a conflict between Judaism and science. The direct answer to the question depends to a considerable degree... read on
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