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Arnie Gotfryd

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Dr. Arnie Gotfryd, PhD, is a chassidic Jew and environmental scientist, having earned Canada’s first doctorate in Applied Ecology. He designed and taught an accredited, award-winning undergraduate course called Faith and Science which has been the most popular offering at University of Toronto’s New College for many years.
He writes and speaks extensively on the interplay of science and faith, and what it all means for the individual and the world at large. You can visit his website for more.
The Kabbalah on the scientific revolution
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.
Discovering G-d through science
Surprise! The crown prince of all natural sciences – quantum physics – has turned classical science on its head. Material realism—gone. Logical positivism—finished. Causal determinism—a myth. Instead we have a world where consciousness creates reality and...
Bridging faith and science
Dr. Arnie Gotfryd, PhD, bridges modern science and traditional faith by walking us through the Biblical Patriarch’s cognitive journey as he analyzes nature to discover the underlying unity of all phenomena, the One we call G-d. Abraham is portrayed as an ...
How Random is Life?
Mohan Srivastava’s daughter is only eight years old, but she already knows how to pick winning lottery tickets up to 90 percent of the time. She’s not a prophetess, nor is she a genius—it’s a trick she was taught by her statistician father, who looks for ...
Physical reality is like your computer screen. The pictures it displays aren't substantial physical objects, but dynamic images that are being constantly regenerated.
When we get to the climax of the prayer service, the top rung of the ladder, the Amida, what do we hear? Nothing. Just lips moving. But why? Why, after all the hub-bub, when we get to the heart of our personal conversation with G-d, do we finally go silen...
Are you investing your life savings based on wikinformation? Are you treating a fatal condition based on a health blog you found? Are you calling a once-in-a-lifetime business contact on a VOIP line?
Does morality have any influence on a person's physical strength? A new discovery by scientists reflects ancient wisdom on the subject while providing new insight into a curious yet popular Jewish expression of appreciation.
Jacques Berger looked me up and down, noting my long ponytail, plaid flannel shirt and threadbare, faded blue jeans. He must have also noticed my ethnically distinct nose...
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