Doctors, Medicine and Theology

We recently surveyed a number of classic Jewish perspectives on the issue of the propriety and efficacy of human endeavor in general. In this post, we shall consider a particular subtopic, the utilization of the services of physicians and medicine. The two major poles around which much of the subsequent discussion revolves are the famous […]

A Very Confusing Religion

Rav Shach (attributed) A story is told about Rav Elazar Shach zt”l, who was once asked if women should learn CPR so that they can respond and act in a situation in which a child would need it. Rav Shach said not to learn it, because Hashem does not put a person in a situation […]