Science and Society

Show materials in this field in:

Show Articles

Evolution of Judaic Attitudes to Modern Science

Traditionally, Judaic thinkers considered science as an indispensable tool for understanding Torah and the world, which, in their view, it embodied. It is only in the last two centuries and only in certain Jewish communities in Europe and North America that Judaic thinkers began to take a more cautious attitude to scientific activity. Jews have […]



All Books