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Similar to the Dall-E prompts, we can choose our words, but once ideas are out in the world, the things we see and hear are outside of our control.
How can an understanding of other primates help us better understand our relationship to humanity?
How and when does God come up in our minds?
How can we make more space for all learners to experience awe, regardless of their background?
Fourteen synagogues from across North America and Israel and were chosen to develop and run programs on science and Judaism in their communities.
Much as we should continue honoring membership in a people, we should also acknowledge the ways that people can be Jewish, do Jewish, and experience Jewish in more ephemeral ways.
Sinai and Synapses Fellowship alumna Amanda Townley talks with BioLogos about her experiences growing up and teaching science in the American South.
With student loan debt, we need to be clear about what forgiveness is and about who’s forgiving whom in this transaction.
Blood as a life force can be scary. Yet our verse, “do not stand idly by while your neighbor bleeds,” suggests another perspective.
Light pollution is a bigger problem than many of us realize, and it is having a significant negative impact on all living things.
Rabbi Geoff Mitelman was chosen as a consultant for this online course on science and religion at Academy for Jewish Religion, sponsored by AAAS Dialogue on Science, Ethics and Religion.
For those of us who pray, do we need to know how and why God answers?