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How the Lubavitcher Rebbe approached the perceived conflict between Torah and evolutionary science.
Genesis, Darwin and Life in Two Worlds
A new science that sees consciousness not as an epiphenomenon, but as a building block of existence
“I concluded my letter,” Dr. Greene recalls, “by saying that the Rebbe had best stick to his field of expertise, Torah, and leave science to scientists . . .”
A Jewish Historical Perspective
In the debate about science and religion, there are radical camps on both sides. However, various Jewish approaches, suggest Professor Cantor, have historically transcended both extremes.
Scientific Dogma
The limits of science in understanding the nature and purpose of our existence.
It's more than a question of which theory or theology is more convincing. Beliefs have consequences
Question: I always get conflicting answers regarding the theory of evolution and Judaism. Could you clarify? Response: If you are getting conflicting answers, that’s most likely because you are asking Jews. Like they say, for every two Jews there are thre...
The whole Torah-versus-science "problem", the Rebbe maintained, is based on a popular misconception as to what science is
The difference in the outlook of Darwin’s theory of evolution vs. a purpose driven approach of creationism; and how this affects morality today.
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