"I would argue, and most rabbis would argue, that it's not only acceptable to get the MMR vaccine, but a religious obligation..."
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An entire rattlesnake turned up in a coprolite, or fossilized feces. Here are two potential explanations.
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After the fire that almost claimed Notre Dame, how will the efforts to rebuild affect the landmark's symbolic and religious significance?
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After the fire that damaged Notre Dame, an art historian explains what's in store for the cathedral and why neglecting major landmarks is so dire.
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Researchers have discovered and digitally cataloged a huge trove of manuscripts from an understudied area in Islamic studies. See the database for yourself.
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Biblical scholars may want to reevaluate how they interpret Jesus's willingness to touch and interact with lepers, a new paper suggests.
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The late Stephen Hawking famously didn't believe in God. Neither does Richard Dawkins. A new study investigates if that's typical for UK scientists.
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In this Q&A and podcast episode, experts convene to discuss how the anti-Semitism, violence, and fascist rhetoric of today do—and do not—echo the past.
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"We know an awful lot about how younger kids typically think about subjects like math but when it comes to Israel, we don't really know anything."
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