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The Kabbalah on the scientific revolution
The Zohar’s Bullseye
An 1800 year old, Kabbalistic end-times prophecy clearly predicted the onset of the scientific revolution, right down to the dates, and grants science an illustrious role—as harbinger of the Days of Moshiach and the seventh millennium.
A look at science's unanswerable questions
What We Cannot Know
Marcus du Sautoy examines the confines of science; using props, he takes us on a journey to the edges of knowledge. Examples from the laws of probability, chaos theory, and radiation emitting uranium. This lecture explores the limitations of science from ...
The Last Day of Time
The Sixth Millennium
If we map time, can we tell where it is taking us? The results are just too uncanny to be written off as coincidence.
Life Lessons from Parshat Ki-Tisa
Is Technology Kosher?
The sin of the Golden Calf is from the greatest tragedies in Jewish history. Examining the status of gold in the Torah serves as a model for the proper approach to new discoveries in technology.
From inner space to outer space
Is There Life on Other Planets?
Gain insight into Torah perspectives on life beyond Earth, the ramifications of unimaginable technological advances, and life in the unexplored depths of ourselves, as seen in the works of the great Jewish thinkers from Maimonides to the Lubavitcher Rebbe...
The Infinite in the Finite
The world was created by G-d, Who is infinite. It follows then, that in every single creation there must be evidence of the artisan who created it. It must contain some resemblance to its Creator’s infiniteness.
Globalization & the End of Work: Lesson 3
Industrialization: The Beginnings of the Flood
Globalization & the End of Work
The History of Safed and Tiberias Through the Lens of Archaeology
Dr Yossi Stepansky recounts the history of two important cities in Israel through fascinating archaeological finds.
An overview of the work Sefer Hachakirah
The Tzemach Tzedek and the Jewish Philosophic Tradition
A detailed look at Sefer Ha'chakirah, a book of philosophy by the third Chabad rebbe, the Tzemach Tzedek. Examining how the Tzemach Tzedek uses his own ideas as well as the works of other Jewish philosophers such as Maimonides and Joseph Albo to prove div...
What did medieval Jewish philosophers think about G-d and the nature of existence?
G-d and the Cosmos in Medieval Jewish Philosophy
How Jewish thinkers, including Maimonides, Josef Albo and Chasdai Crescas, related to the Greek philosophical tradition on theological and cosmological topics, and articulated a path to a personal relationship with G-d.
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