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questions about science in relation to Judaism

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For a number of reasons, including that the cells are not visible to the naked eye and have changed beyond recognition, Rav Aviner shlita understand such meat to be kosher and parve but cautions that …
answered Aug 21 '13 by Yirmeyahu
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. To be certain, difficult questions remain, but probably not more difficult than uprooting a centerpiece of modern science. …
answered Aug 23 '19 by Yirmeyahu
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there is a contradiction. Two of the examples you cited are real conflicts between the Torah narrative and academic science but, at least provided one has reason to believe the Torah account, they do …
answered Nov 27 '19 by Yirmeyahu
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The term "literal" and its Hebrew or English counter-parts are not terms with hard and fast meanings so any discussion must necessarily be careful to clarify how the terms are being used in the immedi …
answered Jul 18 '13 by Yirmeyahu
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Obviously many individuals who take such an approach are those who believe that their is moral, philosophical, and/or spiritual value in the Bible, but do not believe it is strictly speaking true in e …
answered Jan 20 '12 by Yirmeyahu
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understanding of the Creation account. To me, however, this highlights an approach on how to come to terms with the conflict between science and B'reshis. When we speak of age we think of it in terms … age is a factor, it does not seem to me to be a stretch to assume that the Creator would align such apparent age to conform with the rules He made for the Universe to operate (science/teva) even …
answered Apr 8 '10 by Yirmeyahu
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Insofar as I do not believe there is any clear halachic conclusions on this I will offer the following speculation: If medical science comes to a place where there is sufficient possibility that a …
answered Jul 20 '12 by Yirmeyahu