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Judaism, Physics and God
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Preface Acknowledgments Introduction: Jewish Tradition and Frogs' Legs 1 Cosmology and Creation: In Search of Beginnings 2 Quantum Mechanics: God in the (Subatomic) Details 3 Chaos Theory: When Random Things Happen to Regular People 4 Albert Einstein and Special Relativity: The Cosmic Speed Limit 5 General Relativity: Jewish Meaning in Curved Space 6 String Theory: Tying It All Together 7 Physics in Shul: Integrating New Metaphors into Traditional Jewish Life Notes Discussion Guide Suggestions for Further Reading Illustration Credits Index

About the Author

Rabbi David W. Nelson, PhD, a popular lecturer and former senior teaching fellow at Clal-The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership, is campus rabbi and assistant professor of Religion at Bard College in Annandale on Hudson, NY. Rabbi David W. Nelson, PhD, is available to speak on the following topics: Judaism, Physics and God The Metaphors of Belief: How Our Language Shapes Our Judaism Can God Be Conscious? With All Your Heart, with All Your Soul, with All Your Brain: Neuroscience and the Experience of Jewish Life Judaism and Science: What Do We Really Believe? Jewish Life on Campus: A View from the Front Lines Click here to contact the author.

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"Incisive. Thoughtful. Lucid. Profound. Goes to the heart of why humanity has searched for meaning in the universe." -Dr. Michio Kaku, professor of theoretical physics, City University of New York; author of Parallel Worlds and Einstein's Cosmos "Stunning.... Succeeds, at the same moment, in expanding the reader's awe of science while deepening and strengthening spiritual connection." -Rabbi Shira Milgrom, rabbi at Congregation Kol Ami in White Plains, New York "I welcome this lively and questioning contribution from the Jewish perspective to the contemporary dialogue between science and religion." -Rev. Dr. John Polkinghorne, scientist theologian; author of Belief in God in an Age of Science "An interesting and useful presentation ... one that presents science and religion not as rivals but as complementary ways of addressing some of life's key questions." -Rabbi Arthur Green, author of Ehyeh: A Kabbalah for Tomorrow

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