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Submitted by JoeRu (United States), Sep 30, 2021 at 03:13

Believing in scientific thought does not make you a "bad Jew." There are plenty of ways to "reconcile" the actually nonexistent (for people who actually know something) disagreement between religion and science. Go read books by Gerald Schroeder, Nathan Aviezer, and Natan Slifkin and see which direction floats your boat.

Miracle stories perhaps are a little different. For those, you have Maimonedean thought which sticks most of these in the realm of "It was really a dream."

Being a good Jew is a matter of behavior and performance, not beliefs about obscure stuff. Sure, belief in God is important, but that works out just fine for most religious scientists - of which there are many. Dinosaurs do not break my faith even a little bit.

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