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How Science Can Expand Our Spiritual Horizons
 
The Institute for Science and Judaism seeks to foster dynamic dialogue between Science and Judaism. We sponsor lectures and workshops featuring distinguished scientists and religious scholars that address philosophical, ethical, spiritual and practical issues at the intersection of Science and Religion. As the only Jewish organization in the Washington-Baltimore area with this focus, the Institute’s programs have been held in Reform, Reconstructionist, Conservative, and Orthodox congregations.
 
 
Previous Event: Sunday, February 23, 2014
3:00 p.m. at DC Jewish Community Center

 
Millennials and Meaning: Jews in the Digital Age
 
Panel Participants:
Wayne Firestone
Amy Lazarus
DJ Saul
 
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Latest Videos:
 
Dr. Michael Gazzaniga & Rabbi Elliot N. Dorff, PhD: Ethical Behavior Synthesizing the Insights of Neuroscience and Judaism
 
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Dr. Harry Ostrer lecturing on "The Population Genetics of the Jewish People"
 
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Dr. Stephen Suomi lecturing on "Empathy in Non-Human Primates and the Idea of Messiah: Speculative Theology in the 21st Century"
 
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A Review of Dr. Arthur Green's newest book, Radical Judaism

 
Anyone with an inquiring mind and a serious interest in contemporary religious thought will want to read Rabbi Arthur Green’s new book , Radical Judaism: Rethinking God and Tradition (Yale University Press, 2010). Green is currently Rector and Professor of Jewish Philosophy and Religion in the Hebrew College Rabbinical School in Boston. He is a highly respected scholar, author, and a superb teacher. Although well known for his popular publications on spirituality, Green’s academic writings and teaching have focused upon Kabbalah and Hasidut, Hasidism, the treasures of Jewish mysticism.
 
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