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Maybe rather than seeing ourselves as the hero of our story, we can view ourselves more as the protagonist – the one who struggles and who fails, and is deeply imperfect.
I love the idea of the “nudges to the mind and body” that help us deal with life, especially given the challenging world in which we are living today.
What paleontologists know about the history of life on Earth is critical for protecting its future – and we also probably have more fun doing what we do than any other group of scientists..
How do we maintain a questioning — but still informed and safe — society?
Evolution uses all its tricks to make sure we procreate. But love in humans is a many-splendored thing.
When a rabbi and physicist are a married couple, the depth of the conversations that emerge is a fascinating topic.
In a time when we have seen many steps forward followed by steps back, what can we learn with how tradition and technology intersect?
Why do we sometimes believe things that we don’t fully understand?
In his new book, Psychologist David DeSteno presents cutting-edge scientific evidence that religious practices and faith provide a toolbox for coping.
When do we want to stand out and when do we want to fit in, and how does this change our self-image?
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.