We human beings don’t experience the world as it is — we experience the world through the filter of our minds. How we look at and think about the world inform the way we act in it, and that informs the way both religion and science are practiced.
Knowledge and uncertainty, and belief and doubt, are often two sides of the same coin, and it’s the dynamic relationship between the two that drives us forward. At the second Sinai and Synapses seminar, Professors Karl Giberson and Stuart Firestein share their thoughts on this tension.
Come hear three different perspectives on the interaction of religion and science: Rabbi Bradley Hirschfield, Professor Michael Zimmernan and Professor Hank Davis. Presented in partnership with Central Synagogue.