Thursday May 2
Research in the Digital Age: It s More Than Finding Information...
The editors of Scientific American regularly encounter perspectives on science and technology that we believe our readers would find thought-provoking, fascinating, debatable and challenging.
Divine Action - in Berkeley
The Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology in Berkeley, California, recently held a book launch for Unlocking Divine Action: Contemporary Science and Thomas Aquinas by Fr.
Berkeley scholar exalts father who archived life in the ghetto
Last Shabbat morning, Naomi Seidman stood in the women's section of Warsaw's Nozyk Synagogue and prayed.
Filling an 'appetite for Jewish learning'
Doctoral candidate Yedidya Etzion arrived at U.C. Berkeley in 2009. His research topic: comparing the language of Western law with that of the Midrash.
Jane Vennard: Spiritual practices, such as prayer, bring renewal of soul
"Spring doesn't come without fall and winter," she said. "Loss must come before renewal, suffering before transformation, and dying before resurrection." Vennard, an adjunct professor at Iliff School of Theology, delves into renewal in her new book, "Fully Awake and Truly Alive," which explores how spiritual practices from different faith ... (more)