Medical and Nature
by Dr. Geoffrey Simmons
Several incredibly complex internal mechanisms silently watch over our bodies every second of our lives.
Like a well-written, trillion-page novel, every step, twist and turn of a fetus's development seems to follow an all-encompassing plan.
by Dr. Gerald Schroeder
Can the universe be young and old simultaneously?
by Rabbi Levi Welton
Some Jewish insights on animals.
by J-TV and Ollie Anisfeld
Can you believe in God and science?
by Rabbi Menachem Levine
Even though you can get buried in a Jewish cemetery if you have one, there are a number of compelling reasons why the Torah prohibits tattoos.
by Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks
Each one is important, and when we understand the relationship between them, we will be able to appreciate how they can form a great partnership.
Rabbi Benjamin Blech
by Rabbi Benjamin Blech
The connection between covering our eyes when we recite the Shema and when looking at the eclipse.
NASA's earth-shattering announcement has many Jews asking: Does Judaism entertain the possibility of alien life?
by Prof. Nathan Aviezer
Once unthinkable, the accounts of creation by Torah and science are converging.
by Rabbi Adam Jacobs
Despite the staggering discoveries made by science, the universe is still shrouded in awesome mystery.
by Rabbi Dr. Asher Meir, Business Ethics Center of Jerusalem
Animals and people are kindred spirits, but far from equals.
by Rabbi Avi Shafran
New studies demonstrate how people thought to be in an irreversible “vegetative” state showed signs of full consciousness.
by Moshe Averick
Turns out Richard Dawkins' watchmaker has 20/20 vision after all.
Is God needed to create the universe?
by Yaakov Astor
Our planet is truly a miracle.
One reason why I know there is a God active in our world.
by Daniel Eisenberg, M.D.
Do we own our bodies, or are they only on loan?
How do we balance respecting the dead with the need to help the living?
Would it be good if we could genetically alter human characteristics like IQ and height?
A comprehensive overview on plastic surgery in Jewish law.
When is a person no longer considered alive?
Does Jewish law permit donating a kidney? What about selling one?
An M.I.T. trained scientist takes a look at Darwin, the fossil record, and the likelihood of random evolution.
by Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan
An exploration of the three cardinal transgressions, legal guidelines in coercive circumstances, and the obligation to save another's life.
Human life is a premier value in Jewish life, often superseding other concerns.
Considering the tremendous value Judaism places on every moment of life, does Jewish law permit one to undergo surgery that carries a very high risk of death?
It is a denial of the Jewish ideal of the fundamental value of life that drives the forces that wish to remove Terri Schiavo's feeding tube.
by Rabbi Shraga Simmons and Rebbetzin Feige Twerski
Where's the beef? Examining the pros and cons.
What is the role of a physician in Jewish law?
Is the destruction of preexisting pre-embryos permitted for stem cell research?
by Rabbi Yaakov Kleiman
There is now new and exciting DNA evidence for common Jewish origin -- not just among Cohanim, the Priestly Class, but among Jews scattered all over the globe.
An amazing array of scientists are bewildered by the design of the universe and admit a possibility of a designer.
The startling event of a solar eclipse.
by Lee M. Spetner
A physicist brings a novel approach that challenges the assumptions of evolution.
The fascinating story of how DNA studies confirm an ancient biblical tradition.
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