A Doctor’s Diary: A Peek behind Aging and Death

A look at the body's amazing biological clockwork.

The Song of the Horse

Contemplating the horse’s vitality and service.

A Doctor’s Diary: Witnessing God's Handiwork

Like a well-written, trillion-page novel, every step, twist and turn of a fetus's development seems to follow an all-encompassing plan.

The Song of the Lion

The meaning of his song is more powerful than its roar.

The Song of the Ant

Studying the habits of the busiest creature on earth.

The Song of the Dove

Understanding the coo of the dove.

Darwinism, Judaism and the Clash between Science and Religion

The opposition between religion and science that is assumed to be fundamental by secular liberals is, in fact, foreign to Judaism.

The Song of the Beasts of the Field

Examining the wonders of wild animals.

The Song of the Elephant

Examining the wonders of the elephant.

Science and God

Maimonides wrote that if you want to find God, look in nature.

Asaf Lewin: The Aerospace Engineer behind Israel’s Historic Moon Landing

The excitement, trepidation, national pride and deeper meaning. An exclusive Aish.com interview.

Age of the Universe: One Approach

Is the universe 13.8 billion years old or 5,779 years old?

Did Life Start by Accident? The Missing Pieces

Was the Universe continually creating massive numbers of random combinations of atoms until it generated life?

11 Surprising Facts about Rain

Things to know while praying for rain.

Abortion in Jewish Law

The traditional Jewish view does not fit conveniently into the major "camps" in the current debate.

4 Core Jewish Values at the End of Life

Guiding our health care decisions according to Jewish law.

Creation: A Convergence of Torah and Science

Once unthinkable, the accounts of creation by Torah and science are converging.

Death with Dignity?

As a doctor and as a Jew, I am against physician-assisted suicide.

Biblical Archeology: Bringing the Bible to Life

Independent sources confirm many of the major and minor characters of the Bible.

Stephen Hawking and the Golem

A cautionary tale about artificial intelligence.

Brain Scams

The latest neuro-nonsense is part of a larger drive towards reductionism in science.

Echoes of the Big Bang

The recent discovery of primordial gravitational waves supports the Torah’s account of creation, and may shed light on the age of the universe enigma.

Genetic Screening for Breast Cancer Genes

Angelina Jolie's decision: weighing the pros and cons.

The Great Ocean of Truth

Despite the staggering discoveries made by science, the universe is still shrouded in awesome mystery.

Is Anybody There?

New studies demonstrate how people thought to be in an irreversible “vegetative” state showed signs of full consciousness.

The Magic Eye

Sometime we need to learn how to see.

The Moon Over Mexico

A trip into the unknown, courtesy of Dr. Knight.

Will Your Cell Phone Kill You?

A Jewish approach to risk evaluation.

Stephen Hawking & God

Is God needed to create the universe?

The Natural Order

Approaching the boundaries of nature with trepidation.

Someone's There

Patients thought to be in a vegetative state were demonstrated to be hearing and thinking.

The Origins of Life

One reason why I know there is a God active in our world.

8 Tips for Getting Fit

How to keep your resolution to get fit and healthy.

It's Your Universe

Our planet is truly a miracle.

Lose It!

How to lose weight and keep it off.

Live Organ Donation

Does Jewish law permit donating a kidney? What about selling one?

The Alphabet of Life

DNA is one of the most powerful clues we have of the existence of a spiritual reality.

Swine Flu Ethics

A Jewish response to the potential swine flu pandemic.

Life by Accident

The odds of random life are so improbable, believing it requires a gigantic leap of faith.

Is Stem Cell Research Ethical?

Is the destruction of preexisting pre-embryos permitted for stem cell research?

Galactic Torah

Talmudic wisdom is no "puff of start dust."

Why Clouds?

Mystical lessons within the clouds.

Egyptology in the Torah: Biblical Archeology

Contrary to popular Egyptologist belief, the Torah does contain numerous hints of contemporary life in ancient Egypt.

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