Acharei Mot: Rabbi Gedalia Meyer's Weekly Torah Study

Science renders anything that doesn’t abide by its rules as superstition. Understandably, the Torah doesn’t adhere to the rules of science, but does that make it superstition or less worthy of serious consideration. Or does the Torah simply take into account rules and forces that are beyond the recognition of science?

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