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What is the Jewish view on dinosaurs?

The Short Answer: Judaism has nothing to say about dinosaurs. The concept is completely irrelevant to Judaism. The Askmoses Answer: Judaism never had a...

Does Judaism say anything about dinosaurs?

Rabbi Shlomo: Welcome. I'll be with you in a moment...what's on your mind? Trex: Does Judaism say anything about dinosaurs Rabbi Shlomo: No. The Torah...

Are science and religion a contradiction?

[Ed. note: this is not an attempt to convince the skeptic of the validity of religion, or persuade the religious fanatic to accept the value in...

What is the Jewish view on science?

Judaism holds science in high esteem. G-d created a world, and He created humans with the potential to explore it. And today’s science and...

Realizing the Goal - Creationist Museums

The recent debate about Creationist Museums sparked my interest. Creationist Museums apply scientific methods to prove the biblical account. The integrity...

The Physics of Chanukah: On the Nature of Light

We need to listen to the story that the Chanukah lichtelech (flames) tell us – The Rebbe Yosef Yitzchak SchneersohnA little light dispels a lot...

United or Ununited States?

And The Living Shall Take to Heart Are we doomed to be battlers all our lives? What is the inherent nature of the universe – unity or discord?...

Psychology Today

It is commonly accepted that the age of modern psychology began at the end of the 19th century. The way we understand ourselves today is very much defined...

Caution: Too Much Science Will Make You Religious

Before birth, a baby lives in its mother’s womb surrounded by water. It doesn’t breathe. Its lungs are collapsed, folded between the two upper...

How can you say the world is only 5000 to 6000 years old?

Rabbi Freeman: How can I help you? Puzzled: The Torah says the world is only 5764 years old.1 What about the dinosaur fossils? Rabbi Freeman: Yeah, my...