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Fossils and Faith: Understanding Torah and Science e-book

Author:

Nathan Aviezer

Language:

English

Category:

Spirituality

Subcategory:

Judaism

ePub size:

1121 kb

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Rating:

4.9

Publisher:

KTAV Publishing House (January 10, 2002)

Pages:

288

ISBN:

0881256072

Fossils and Faith: Understanding Torah and Science e-book

by Nathan Aviezer


Applied Torah Stories for Children: The Story of Creation: From the Big Bang to Man" based on Nathan Aviezer's . This book is a first-rate contribution to theology, providing tools for understanding both Torah and science.

Applied Torah Stories for Children: The Story of Creation: From the Big Bang to Man" based on Nathan Aviezer's works. One person found this helpful. original, powerful, and persuative.

Fossils and Faith demonstrates the profound implications of modern science for religious belief. Quite the contrary: Scientific findings have become important tools for understanding many biblical passages and for deepening one's faith.

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While the book addresses science and faith, the emphasis is on the question of biological origins, especially of. .In the chapter "The Age of the Universe," Aviezer points out that the age of the universe, the age of the earth, and the age of humanity are separate questions

While the book addresses science and faith, the emphasis is on the question of biological origins, especially of man. It is divided into three major sections entitled: "Faith," "On Science and the Bible" (. our OT), and "Fossils. In the chapter "The Age of the Universe," Aviezer points out that the age of the universe, the age of the earth, and the age of humanity are separate questions. he repudiates any attempt to correlate a 6000-year-old universe (based on the Jewish calendar) with the scientific data. He opts for a metaphorical understanding of Genesis 1, dismissing any other possibility.

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Nathan Aviezer is an American-Israeli physicist who writes on Torah and science, especially on evolution and cosmology from an Orthodox Jewish perspective. He is a Professor of Physics and former Chairman of the Physics Department of Bar-Ilan University. Aviezer was born in Switzerland in 1935 and raised in the United States.

Nathan Aviezer: In the Beginning, Biblical Creation and Science; Fossils and Faith: Understanding Torah and .

Nathan Aviezer: In the Beginning, Biblical Creation and Science; Fossils and Faith: Understanding Torah and Science. Aryeh Carmell and Cyril Domb, e. Challenge: Torah Views on Science and Its Problems. Torah MiTzion resolves this conflict between Feinstein's responsa on evolution and the observations of science by distinguishing between "evolution that we can observe" and "evolutionary history. Its resolution of the matter allows for the study of evolution as a science, but forbids its use to "extrapolate backwards in time" to speculate on matters of creation

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deadly claw
Interesting and well thought out view on science and Judaism.
Dreladred
Waste of time waste of money very distorted understanding of torah and science completely filled with lies and will get your hopes up if you ever learn torah or science please avoid this book.
Kerahuginn
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Nalmergas
Aviezer is a wonderful writer, who explains complicated science in accessible terms without compromising the nuance. The text is so rich that there is far more than I can comment on. This book is a first-rate contribution to theology, providing tools for understanding both Torah and science. Its most important contribution is that it provides a systematic, upgraded, serious Jewish natural theology...original, powerful, and persuative
Ungall
People holding in Darwin and his adherents have some thinking to do, for this book shows me hoe really no serious thoughtwas put into the theory to start with, rather a ideological drive to assert the impossible non-excistance of a Dvine Master,
Anyway what can isay, this is but one of his few workd of which i like quite a bit and recomend for all pepole seeking... ...well anyhting that might imply the truth of actuality as we may perceive it.
there is other stuff from him on the net, otherwise he's allso put some stuff on aish.com among other Jewish outreach websites.
Frank - Newcastel (UK)

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