For ages, philosophers have debated over whether or not math is a human construct and, based on scientific studies of evolutionary neurobiology, it appears as though math may, in fact, be less innate to the universe than most might have thought it was.
Every Jew has a different definition of their traditions and there is no reason to claim that one way of practicing is illegitimate.
According to researchers, political views are driven by equally valid definitions of morality.
Scientists believe we share the universe with other forms of life. However, at the moment, it looks as though we are utterly alone.
I highly doubt Jews will ever come to a consensus on this issue. As the famous saying goes, "Two Jews, three opinions". In fact, I cannot make up my mind myself on whether Jews are white or not.
When it comes to abortions, we should stop the screaming matches and shaming in order to talk about what actually matters.
I am tired of people thinking that they can simply dismiss science because it cannot be proven.
I am struggling to figure out my place in politics. I want to use my voice as religious Jewish queer woman, but I have no idea where it will be the loudest or most effective.