Challenge: Torah Views on Science and Its Problems

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Feldheim Publishers, 1976 - Evolution - 538 pages
Thirty-four inspiring, thought-provoking, sometimes mind-boggling articles that will challenge the way you view the relationship between science and Torah. If you are ready to challenge your mind--and perhaps your preconceived notions--this book is for you! In handy, 'compact' (4 3/4' x 7 3/4') size.
 

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Contents

Introduction O
9
CYRIL DOMB The Orthodox Jewish Scientist o
16
WILLIAM ETKIN The Religious Meaning of Contemporary
30
RABINOVITCH
44
RABINOVITCH Torah and the Spirit of Free Enquiry O
54
LEO LEVI Science in Torah Life O
94
Source
124
M SCHNEERSOHN A Letter on Science and Judaism O
142
a Critique O
344
NORMAN LAMM The Religious Implications
354
GEORGE N SCHLESINGER The Empirical Basis for Belief in God O
400
ABELSON Bias and the Bible o 412 CYRIL M ABELSON
422
EMANUEL FELDMAN Changing Patterns in Biblical EMANUEL FELDMAN
432
CYRIL DOMB Biology and Ethics O
448
the Jewish View O
462
IMMANUEL JAKOBOVITS Medical Experimentation on Humans
472

SANFORD ARANOFF The Age of the World O
150
Theory or Faith? O
188
Evolution O
198
QUESTIONS PANEL Evolution within Orthodox Judaism O
254
CARL N KLAHR Science versus Scientism O
288
LEO LEVI The Uncertainty Principle
296
RABINOVITCH What is the Halachah for Organ
482
Environment O
500
Subject Index O
526
Index of Names O
533
Mathematical Terms and Symbols o
539
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