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questions about science in relation to Judaism

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I don't think it would be heretical to believe that God just created "simple and elegant basic ideas" and the rest of the development of the universe and life was apparently natural. However, it does …
answered Apr 9 '12 by Ariel K
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This will only become a strong question once scientists get a better understanding of how aging works. Until then, one can reasonably claim that "nishtaneh haTeva" scientifically possible.
answered Sep 2 '11 by Ariel K
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The uncertainty principle actually helped the religious case. Before quantum mechanics, people assumed the world was entirely deterministic, without any place for the will of God or man to change anyt …
answered Sep 2 '11 by Ariel K
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stories in a non-scientific manner. Update: See also some of these articles from Tradition: Is there Science in the Bible? An Assessment of Biblical Concordism by David Shatz When Torah and Science
answered May 5 '13 by Ariel K
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There are a number of answers to this question: The traditional haredi approach is that the universe was created to look old, but is really only 5770 years old in reality. There are many issues with …
answered Sep 2 '11 by Ariel K