by Rabbi Adam Jacobs
by Dr. Joshua M. Moritz
A man of science and faith who discovered a world.
Love: the strangest and most profound human experience.
by Katie Stockdale
Hope is a beautiful thing. Does it have a shelf life?
by Dr. Peter Sjöstedt-Hughes
Does a psychedelic trip distort reality or reveal it for what it really is?
by Peter van Inwagen
If science can't prove or disprove something, can philosophy?
by Un/Known, Aish.com's Philosophy Site
What's the best perspective to be able to keep calm in a turbulent world?
Is the Near Death Experience a purely modern phenomenon or are there credible sources that support it in ancient texts?
Don’t let a crisis go to waste.
by Harold Gans
Is there such a thing as a mathematically inexplicable event?
by Rabbi Dr. Benji Levy
Can the human heart be tamed through education or is humanity permanently enslaved to their passions?
by Tyron Goldschmidt
Why should matter behave in any particular way? Where are these laws written?
by Dr. Howard Smith
by Rabbi Jeremy Kagan
What if faith is more reliable than logic?
Science is adept at detecting and measuring that which is not directly detectable.
According to the German mathematician Georg Cantor, there are three levels of existence: the physical universe, the human mind, and the Mind of God.
by Rabbi Netanel Wiederblank
The "afterlife" is only what we make of it.
However you slice it, the binding of Isaac is a story that begs for interpretation.
by Rabbi Dr. Samuel Lebens
There are some scenarios in life when no matter what you choose, it's gonna get ugly.
by Todd Perelmutter
Rabbi Adam Jacobs talks with Todd Perelmuter of EastWesticism about his journey to overcome stress.
The starry sky is beautiful but is it anything more than that? What other significance might knowledge of the heavens hold for us?
There are always two ways to approach life - top down and bottom up. Which one is better?
Can anything ever prove something's non-existence?
by Rabbi Moshe Averick
The scientific method is one of the most remarkably accurate tools for comprehending our reality. But when it comes to using it for origin of life, some scientists jump ship.
by Miriam Kosman
To Albert Camus, a hero is someone who can accept the bleak meaninglessness of life and press forward nonetheless. Is there no better option?
From antiquity to the present, there have been many great philosophers who have made "cosmological" arguments for the existence of God. Are they still compelling?
by Perry Marshall
Rabbi Adam Jacobs speaks to Perry Marshall about Darwinism and his Origin of Life Challenge for $10 Million.
Artificial intelligence is reshaping the world and our place in it. Are there any real rules in a virtual universe?
by Sara Yoheved Rigler
Hundreds of people claim to have had a previous life during the Holocaust. Many of them suffer inexplicable dreams and visions of terror and pain. A product of overactive imaginations or an indication of a hidden aspect of reality?
Beneath every "fact" lies a series of assumptions that cannot be proven. Like it or not, even science requires a leap of faith.
by Dr. Philip Goff
Does everything in the universe have some sort of consciousness? Some philosophers and scientists say that it does.
Can a moral truth ever change or does morality need constant upgrading to be truly moral?
by Dr. Edward Kelly
Dr. Edward Kelly, Professor of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Sciences at the University of Virginia, discusses the existence of non-material reality.
Within the famous Hindu spiritual teacher beat a distinctly Jewish heart.
by Dr. Chiara Marletto
Oxford physicist Chiara Marletto shares her thoughts on some of life's deepest mysteries and explores if there can be any true synergy with the spiritual way of considering them.
by Rabbi Mordechai Becher
If we assume that God is good, He will always do what's best for us. If that's true, then why do we need to pray to Him?
by Dr. Daniel H. Frank
There is an ancient conundrum that asks "if God already knows what's going to happen, how can we possibly have freedom of choice?" Could both be true?
Darwin was neither the darling of the atheist nor the villain of the theist.
by Dr. Anna Machin
Where did love come from and what ultimate purpose does it serve? A conversation with Oxford anthropologist Anna Machin.
How can a material entity be consciously aware of itself?