Rabbi Mitelman and Christian Miller (author of “The Character Gap”) discuss differing religious views of charity, justice and morality.
The rules that I believe God wrote to govern the universe are all about probabilities, which means that in theory, or perhaps, better, hypothetically, nothing is impossible, that everything has at least a scintilla of possibility.
Rabbi Mitelman and Rabbi Jonathan K. Crane, PhD, discuss the tough ethical decisions we currently face in public health and other areas, and how Judaism can help enlighten us about them.
The second group of presentations from this year’s Darwin Day gathering of Sinai and Synapses Fellows.
Rabbi Mitelman and Dr. Samuel Arbesman talk about how to handle the wonders, and the risks, of technology.
This year, a group of Sinai and Synapses Fellows gathered on Darwin Day to offer their personal stories on how they have experienced the conflict between science and religion in their lives.
Rabbi Mitelman and Dr. Ethan Siegel discuss the wonders of the universe, as well as how to share and talk about them with other people.
What does the Jewish tradition see in the powerful emotion of awe? How does this compare to others?
Dr. Michael Shermer and Rabbi Mitelman discuss the balance of skepticism and understanding we must bring to people whose viewpoints seem puzzling to us.
These scientists have a new model for identifying variants before they kill.