Sinai and Synapses finds great inspiration and information from several excellent websites. These are a few sites we encourage you to visit to explore questions surrounding religion, science, philosophy and theology.

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13.7 – Cosmos and Culture

Hosted by NPR, 13.7 provides commentary on science and society, looking at science, culture, religion, philosophy and policy.
Like them on Facebook or follow them on Twitter at @AdamFrank4, @TaniaLombrozo@MGlesier, @AlvaNoe and @BJKingApe

Big Questions Online

Hosted by The John Templeton Foundation, Big Questions Online aims to explore Big Questions of human purpose and ultimate reality and to foster thoughtful discussion of those topics.
Like them on Facebook or follow them on Twitter at @BQ_Online

Dialogue on Science, Ethics and Religion (DoSER)

Part of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the Dialogue on Science, Ethics and Religion (DoSER) facilitates communication between scientific and religious communities.
Like them on Facebook or follow them on Twitter at @AAAS_DoSER

Edge.org

Edge.org creates conversations at the edge of the world’s knowledge, and puts sophisticated minds in a room together to have them ask each other the questions they are asking themselves.
Like them on Facebook or follow them on Twitter at @Edge

Huffington Post Religion

The web’s most visited site for news and insight on religious issues, Huffington Post Religion offers a wide range of perspectives on religious topics.
Like them on Facebook or follow them on Twitter at @HuffPoRelig

Judaism and Science

Judaism and Science looks at philosophical, scientific and theological questions surrounding science and Judaism.
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PQED

Philosophical Questions Every Day (PQED) is the official blog of the Institute for Philosophy in Public Life and Why? Philosophical Discussions About Everyday Life, dedicated to the exploration of philosophy.
Like them on Facebook or follow them on Twitter at @WhyRadioShow

Rabbis Without Borders Blog

Hosted by My Jewish Learning, the Rabbis Without Borders Blog (a project of Clal) is a dynamic forum for exploring contemporary issues in the Jewish world and beyond.
Like them on Facebook or follow them on Twitter at @rwbclal

Science and Religion Today

Science and Religion Today aggregates some of the most interesting daily news surrounding religion and science.
Like them on Facebook or follow them on Twitter at @SciRelToday

Science on Religion

Hosted by Patheos.com, Science on Religion presents news and views relating to the scientific study of religion, examining scientific insights on religion, spirituality, and the endless forms of the human quest for meaning.
Like them on Facebook or follow them on Twitter at @SciOnRelOrg

The Stone

Hosted by The New York Times, The Stone features the writing of contemporary philosophers and other thinkers on issues both timely and timeless.