From Maimonides to Jonas Salk, Jewish physicians have redefined excellence in care and pioneered new approaches to painful ailments. How does Jewish tradition approach medicine (and vice versa)?
Rabbinic tradition defines human beings as “the creature that speaks.” When does our humanity begin, when does it end, and what does it mean?
Mathematics is built on axioms — statements that we assume to be true. Similarly, our underlying assumptions about the world and about God affect the lives we build.
Torah study on Beha'alotcha at Westchester Reform Temple.
Torah study on Balak at Westchester Reform Temple.