Judaism and Science

The wOndering Jew answers two of his subscribers questions in the first episode of “It Makes Me Wonder. Submit your questions to the wOndering Jew and it may…

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20 Responses to “Judaism and Science”

  • Yfrboy says:

    Understood, it’s a very controversial topic

  • Nintendo60forever says:

    @thewonderingjew today circumcision is sometimes given to non jews for
    health purposes so if they already had one what do you do? do you make the
    brachia or do nothing????

  • thewonderingjew says:

    @AnnaBanan2012 You caught my spelling error! I was sure that a lot of
    people were like “What is muder”? Thanks for the heads up.

  • chokingonfoot says:

    Koolie new segment! 😀 My question (which I’ve never gotten a straight
    answer on): If someone converts to Judaism, say for marriage, but then
    never really observes any of the laws, is he still considered Jewish?

  • thewonderingjew says:

    @retnemmoc101 Don’t worry, I have an idea for this coming week, but keep me
    posted if anything comes to mind.

  • Joseph Lieberman says:

    Science is at times too scientific and less factual. Global warming scam is
    just one example. Also, the mabul made the world seem much older. Talk
    about that Benny boy.

  • Yfrboy says:

    You can talk about what’s going on in Israel (with the charadim)

  • retnemmoc101 says:

    Great idea! I would help you out by asking a question, but I can’t think of
    one at the moment :p

  • thewonderingjew says:

    @Yfrboy I don’t want to touch that with a ten foot pole.

  • thewonderingjew says:

    @chokingonfoot I am going to take your question, along with two other
    similar questions asked by other subscribers and use it as the basis for
    this coming episode. Thanks for taking the time to write. 🙂

  • thewonderingjew says:

    @PolesitterPictures There is: For baby boys it is the circumcision that is
    given at eight days old. For baby girls it is the giving of their name at a
    Torah reading in a synagogue. Circumcision was the first “mitzvah” or
    commandment given to the patriarch Abraham. As a result, all males who want
    to be entered into the covenant of the Jewish religion need one. Ouch!

  • Nintendo60forever says:

    @thewonderingjew oh my bad i meant if they had a circumcision and then
    converted

  • thewonderingjew says:

    @N2BnThin Unfortunately the history books will demonstrate that
    anti-semitism has always been around and believe it or not the Jews of the
    21st century have it pretty good in comparison to just a year ago. I will
    address this in a future video. Thanks for the awesome idea.

  • PolesitterPictures says:

    @thewonderingjew Ouch, indeed!

  • PolesitterPictures says:

    I’ve always wondered (as a kid raised Catholic) if Judaism has a sort of
    ritual to symbolically and officially say, “Hey, this guy’s one of us,” for
    newborns or converts, like baptism in a Christian church. I really wish I
    could word this better, but right now, my vocab is failing me. 🙁 Do you
    have an answer?

  • Phillip Riley says:

    People are close minded if they thing science is incompatible with the
    scriptures.

  • thewonderingjew says:

    @Nintendo60forever It isn’t a commandment for non-Jewish males and
    therefore they do not make a blessing.

  • thewonderingjew says:

    @rileyphillip I agree.

  • Anne Kan says:

    *Murder 🙂 and this sounds very similar to Christianity’s beliefs about
    science.

  • thewonderingjew says:

    @prettyuglymax YOU WIN!!!!

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