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Re: Torah and science
by Simcha Shtull on 2002/01/09 02:08:00 US/Mountain

Neither the Bible nor the Talmud are intended to be science books, nor scientific explanations of the universe and its workings, but rather attempts to build a religious/ spiritual worldview and framework. Without minimizing the wisdom of our rabbis and thinkers, we understand that where they do enter the realm of science, they do so with the (limited) knowledge and experience of medieval (or earlier) times.

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