More Science & Judaism

For those of you who still can’t get enough science and Judaism reading, check out Noah Efron’s recently published Judaism and Science: A Historical Introduction (Greenwood Press).

After a few weeks of back and forth with the Greenwood publicity folks, I received the book yesterday and, on first glance, the volume seems comprehensive and very readable.

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