Sinai and Synapses announces a major grant from the John Templeton Foundation for an expansion of its project “Scientists in Synagogues.”
Rabbi Annie Tucker brings home some of her wisdom from working with multiple Scientists in Synagogues congregations – one during a pandemic.
Why is it so hard for some of us to change, even if we want to?
For millennia, music has marked moments of transition in our lives.
Should only human beings make decisions about human beings?
How does art resemble religion in the way it makes us stronger people?
How do you explore events that took longer – and were too long ago – for the human mind to comprehend?
Even if you’re deeply secure in your Jewish identity, Christmastime reminds Jews that it’s simply not easy to be a minority culture that needs to respond to the majority culture’s assumptions.
May this be a Chanukah of rededication to cleanliness and that our actions impact our community, not just individuals.
How do we define spirituality in an age where it means so many things to so many different people? What is keeping us from being our most aware, fullest selves? And how can we pass this knowledge on to our children, in the face of massive uncertainty? Dr. Lisa Miller, professor at Teachers’ College, Columbia University, has investigated these topics with empirical rigor in her New York Times-bestselling book, The Spiritual Child: The New Science on Parenting for Health…
David DeSteno recently interviewed Rabbi Mitelman for “How God Works,” his podcast about science and religion.
How can Judaism help us be a better judge of data science?