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Rabbi Dr. Samuel Lebens

Samuel Lebens is associate Professor in the philosophy department at the University of Haifa, he is also an Orthodox Rabbi and Jewish educator. His first book was a study of Bertrand Russell's evolving theories about the nature of meaning. His second book is a study in the analytic philosophy of Judaism. Sam's academic interests span the philosophy of religion, metaphysics, epistemology, and the philosophy of language.


What If Every Nation is "The Chosen People?"

The term "Chosen" has long confused both lovers and haters of the Jewish People.

Our Messy Ethical Lives

There are some scenarios in life when no matter what you choose, it's gonna get ugly.

The Atheist's Faith

There are a lot of atheists out there. Does it actually require faith to maintain that position?

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