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An interactive Havdalah service with hands-on science experiments for everyone.
In the beginning, there was Heaven and the Earth — and the Higgs Boson. Does Torah contemplate the Big Bang? Does the Eternal One work through physics?
How do we view time from both a Jewish and a scientific perspective?
Join us at this conference for clergy and congregational leaders who work with families facing mental health challenges, crises and recovery.
Come explore how technology is influencing halakhah, prayer, Shabbat and even Jewish values themselves.
Both Judaism and cognitive science try to answer the same questions: Who are we? How do we behave? Why do we act the way we do?
Explore the science of human flourishing and three actions that can help bring more vitality, joy and meaning into our lives — curiosity, wonder, and appreciation
Come join us for a Scholar-in-Residence weekend looking at “Scientifically Grounded Judaism” at Congregation Beth Tikvah in Columbus, Ohio.
As part of the 92nd St. Y’s “7 Days of Genius Festival,” join us for a conversation with Professor Steven Gimbel, author of Einstein’s Jewish Science to discuss how Judaism influenced Einstein’s unique brand of genius and what his life means for a larger conversation about where science and religion can meet.
Scientists in Synagogues is a grass-roots program to offer Jews opportunities to explore the most interesting and pressing questions surrounding Judaism and science, and will offer synagogues up to $3600.
What’s the relationship between science and religion? How do we talk about their interaction?
Do you want to learn from some of the top scientists, theologians and thinkers in the world? Then apply here for the 2015-2017 Sinai and Synapses Fellowship!