Can Scientists and Religious Leaders See Eye to Eye?


If we just take God out of it, might there not be some things right that your scientific beliefs can’t explain? My name is Matt, I’m 41 years old. I’m a pastor. I’m Gyokei, I’m 40 years old. I’m a minister of a Buddhist church. I’m Andrew, I’m 42, and I’m a chemist. I’m Jess, I’m 36, and I’m a volcanologist I’m Don, I’m 64. I’m a paleontologist and geologist. I’m Amy, I’m 53, and I’m a Rabbi This is literally my greatest fear that I’d be all alone in the circle. I believe that this world was created I’ve placed my faith in a God that is Infinitely creative in what he’s made. He then deserves my worship and my affection. Seriously last night I was talking to wife. I was like ‘what if there’s a question that I’m the only one that agrees to?’ She’s like ‘just stay where you are,’ and I was like ‘I don’t know’ The big problem is that means they start talking with creator and I’ve battled Creationism most my entire career as an evolutionary biologist and paleontologist, it brings in a whole category of things that violate my rules as a scientist as well and When I step back from that, especially when I step back from where I started as a religious person when I was younger I look at this and I say, you know if anything what we see now about the universe shows how poorly designed it is how sloppy it is and how painful it is and all these things which don’t speak to a very benevolent creator because if anything it makes him look bad. I don’t believe in a supernatural God. I’m a reconstructionist Jew. For me, I don’t rely on a supernatural creator in order to remain astounded at the beauty of this world, that’s sloppy. It’s the world right? It’s the world. We’re sloppy, the world is sloppy, but it’s also incredibly magical and and and worthy of awe and and respect and That it’s here is amazing that we’re here is amazing and I want to live in relationship to that amazement I never looked to science to go, like, “Is murder right or wrong?” I look to science to say “How many murders were committed last week?” You know? That – that’s what I want to know and then say “Is there a trend?” “What is the cause of these murders?” And then we use, you know, we use different, tools, I guess is the best way of putting it, to, to assess whether or not we should be murdering people. – Where did – where do those morals come from? – I think they’re innate in humans. All societies have had certain things that agree on. A Makar, that’s a religious background, and so on. We don’t require a deity or any kind of religion to give us those things. And we come with them as part of our species. And for me, it’s not so much that science can answer moral questions, but science certainly can guide us in a lot of ways, especially when moral questions in conflict with realities we’ve now learned it. – I’ve got serious gaps in my faith that require a supernatural answer. I mean, I can’t. I can’t understand and fathom the complexities of the universe all on my own. I’m a Christian. At a church service, someone had a hurt shoulder and they said “My shoulder really hurts. Will you pray for my shoulder to get better?” I’ll be honest with you. I have about 5% faith that that’s gonna work out. But I prayed for him. I put my hand on his shoulder and I said, you know, “I want this shoulder to get healed in Jesus name,” and I walked away thinking “Oh no, another disappointed person who didn’t get healed today.” Well, the next morning that person called me and said “You wouldn’t believe it. My shoulder feels 100 percent better.” I still don’t have a good answer to that. But I just know every time I get an answer or an opportunity to exercise my faith in a supernatural way, I want to take that opportunity because I just don’t know what the answer might be. It could be something terrific. – I totally agree with you. I liked when you said 5% I pretty much feel the same way, yeah. But in my hometown in Japan, like, we have this kind of service to instead of consultive spirits in the line When we chant for like an hour, you know half an hour maybe then Everybody feels a whole I feel so peaceful But then can quite explain it like logically and that’s the stuff That’s it’s efficient in that situation Science is all about understanding what we can understand and the science You’re pretty much not allowed to even consider is the supernatural because it’s beyond testable hypothesis It’s beyond anything that you can evaluate in any- what we might call an objective manner We are comfortable with the idea that we do not know something and we say we do not know something and that some day We might find the answer, or we may not. There’s a lot out there that we can’t explain It has absolutely nothing to do with my beliefs I was raised Catholic and I’m just as confused now as I was then about what’s really going on, you know? There is a small amount of stuff we can explain. I don’t need to have a belief about it I don’t even need to go beyond that just to decide that it’s magnificent and terrifying all at the same time and just kind of leave it at that So I think your your answer to the question would have been yes. I mean because I think you might agree that there’s Stuff that you can’t even know to test Yet so- maybe there’s something beyond scientific theory and proof that we don’t even know yet, and I’m not saying God, If we just take God out of it, might there not be something, right, that- that your scientific beliefs can’t explain. That’s right, certainly But and also in my philosophy, I don’t see any point in putting any kind of supernatural label on it as an explanation It’s just not solving the problem I’m so glad you’re with me because I didn’t want it to here all by myself. I Yeah I mean , I just see purpose for our lives that extends beyond the here and now that there is an eternity that God wants to have with us, his love for us is so deep that it desires to have a continued relationship with us as As far as time goes on. Because I live in Long Beach I go down to the beach and I see the waves of the ocean At the beach they- they come ashore and leave – we compare that to life We take different shapes in different forms and the length of the wave, we have no idea. You’ll show up in different locations Which you have no control The idea of this momentary shape that we have, this life and trying to preserve it You know and then we’re kind of missing the whole point that we are actually that greater ocean In my limited capacity as a Individual human like in this form and this shape. I have no idea how could I possibly have any idea about what that being ocean is gonna mean or be and so I know that I will continue to be part of the universe but not as me, not as this. I would agree with that I mean, I see no evidence from anything that I can observe or anything that that goes on that it’s more than just wishful thinking that humans in some form are gonna exist in some afterlife or they’re recognizable and their identities carry on When I was a kid, I asked my dad Mm-hmm. If our pets would be waiting for us in heaven when we died and my dad said no and I was shocked and I was like Why would there not be pets in heaven and my dad’s like well? there are animals and I’m like why not my animals and he’s like well There’s just like, a generic cat and a generic dog. And I went “wait, what?” and so at that point that’s when I started to question. Like wait a minute what happens next? And uh- and yeah, I’m kind of you know with a lot of you guys here I’m just saying that look You know It wouldn’t it be great if we could go on and on and on but I think because we don’t see any evidence for it I have to be in the camp of, well we get this one shot, make the most of it, do the best you can and then when it’s done, you know, don’t have any regrets, you know, live with doing as much as you could that is good so that you will live on in the memories of those who stay behind. I’m so sorry your dad told you your dogs not going to heaven. What what a crushing thing to hear as a child You know all good dogs go to heaven Thats what the movie said! It must be true I think he was trying to, you know like, let me down gently. Yeah, I know. Like some days I’m like totally Zen I’m totally like solely there like it’s okay. It’s all one and I will just not exist I’m usually not as afraid of death as I am of dying Like I mean, I’m afraid of dying because I’ve seen some really bad dying I’m very afraid of pain and a you know, the process of dying I lost both my parents from cancer, so I witnessed the whole process. My mom died Over 30 years ago and It was it was painful to witness that part I mean, my mom’s kind of has health deteriorate my dad went through the same process But then he was once writing letters as it just really Coincides with some Buddhist teachings that I’m having a wonderful day and really grateful for everybody who support us We have a saying that every day is As you say the greatest day I can see that, you know intellectual I can understand it intellectually but I just wasn’t sure if I could I Could feel if I I would be able to say something like that if I’m put in the situation Man, I’m such a skeptic and that includes questioning my own My own beliefs, especially if I form a hypothesis, and I’m working on an experiment I mean you always kind of want it to go a certain way and you have to do your best to remove that That bias and then some a lot of times if you’re in research just doesn’t work one of the things I tell students because I work with students a lot with my nonprofit organization and I tell them you know as they’re journeying into becoming Scientists and they come from all sorts of different backgrounds and I just say look don’t ever work with anyone who’s afraid to admit that They don’t know something or that they’re wrong Like those are really important qualities whether it’s in science or any aspect of life The whole fun in being a scientist is trying to break things and I actually wanted to start a journal of scientific mistakes so that we could share with each other what went wrong because too often we only talk about the successes and I think it’s very its very valuable to also know what failure is and what it teaches us the questioning. Is that such a healthy thing I always think it’s a healthier thing So whenever I see younger man asks a priest like yeah Go ahead and question question me a question what you do and then be okay and you need to understand? understand intellectually But at the same time I want to understand there are things that’s beyond this intellectual understanding so that’s an Unrecognizable part of understanding that comes only through experience Nice to meet you. Thank you good to meet you Hey guys, this is John I’m Kendra thank you so much for watching this episode of middle ground make sure to let us know what you think in the comments below and as always please be sure to click subscribe and Watch more of our stuff. We’ll see you next time

100 Comments

  1. Jubilee said:

    Middle Ground is back!! Thanks everyone for watching this highly requested episode. As always, we are not saying science and religion necessarily have to exclude each other – there are religious scientists out there! Instead, we are exploring two sides that society often pits against each other in hopes of finding middle ground #radicalempathy. Let us know in the comments below what future episodes you'd like to see!

    December 16, 2018
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  2. Fatima Zohra Nouali said:

    That Robbi should be in the scientists side ☺

    August 26, 2019
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  3. bean said:

    wouldve been better with a sheikh

    August 26, 2019
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  4. Enlightened Sista said:

    When the rabbi said "Im totally Zen" and looked at the Buddist monk I cringed. She was weird most of the video and made no sense most of the time. Everyone was able to clearly articulate why they felt the way they did but she was stranger.

    August 26, 2019
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  5. its me NELSON! said:

    Can someone explain how a rabbi can be atheist?

    August 26, 2019
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  6. Manel boudjellaba said:

    I wish there was a muslim shikh

    August 26, 2019
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  7. Jugs said:

    where is DR STONEEEE??

    August 27, 2019
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  8. Fam4RM said:

    Scientific Consensus: Most (if not all, just leaving myself an out) verified religious miracles are easily explained by science. There is no challenges to science. However, the possibilites of life existing as it does on Earth is so low that it may point to a Creator.

    August 27, 2019
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  9. Katelyn ko said:

    That can’t be a Rabbi.

    August 27, 2019
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  10. hyped kidPh said:

    i have a question but dont judge or be mad with we but if a scientist doesn't believe in god whould you call them an atheist ?? pls dont judge me

    August 27, 2019
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  11. Zoe the aspect of cancer said:

    where's the flatearther

    August 27, 2019
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  12. Sarah H said:

    The Rabbi is not Orthodox

    August 27, 2019
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  13. KaptainBasketball said:

    Interesting

    August 27, 2019
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  14. Asm Asm said:

    There should have been an imam since Islam promotes science and religion at the same time

    August 27, 2019
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  15. adetokun abeeb said:

    please do another one and bring a muslim leader or jew too. i'm recommending Shabir Ally the muslim leader.

    August 27, 2019
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  16. kenpop dillydoo said:

    "Might there be something science can't explain"

    Erin: that's not VeGaN

    August 27, 2019
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  17. Delfina Gabriela Borrelli Sarmiento said:

    I love that there not all christians

    August 27, 2019
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  18. nojam jeno said:

    The Buddhist guy be like

    (•ิ‿•ิ) okay

    August 28, 2019
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  19. Ashley Froud said:

    2:06 Me listening to people who annoy me

    August 28, 2019
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  20. Stephen Collins said:

    Religion just makes problems, doesn't solve any

    August 28, 2019
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  21. Anne-Sophie Gill said:

    No disrespect but that pastor is a damn snack

    August 28, 2019
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  22. Mateen said:

    It is very sad that none of them believe in a Creator and that they think science has anything to do with that.

    August 28, 2019
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  23. Semir said:

    How can religious people (except the Buddhist) don't agree that the universe was created by god? The whole concept of god makes even less sense that way.

    August 28, 2019
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  24. W/L winner Loser said:

    Amy isn’t a rabbi since women can’t be a rabbi

    August 28, 2019
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  25. Semir said:

    Science CAN answer moral questions. How? Our prehistorical ancestors where living in small groups and we were very dependent on each other. Every death of a tribe member, especially a grown up, was very harmful for the whole tribe. We also developed empathy which answers most moral questions. This is all evolution.

    August 28, 2019
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  26. SieDoll Baby said:

    Stay at home vs working parents please!

    August 29, 2019
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  27. Johenn said:

    Where. Is. The. Muslim. ?.

    August 29, 2019
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  28. Queen of Meong said:

    you are better to have Muslim in this conversation. they're balanced between religion and science. they're the most intelligent and pious people. they're believers and also scientists

    August 29, 2019
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  29. Simo Henrik said:

    "But He answered and said to them, “I tell you that if these should keep silent, the stones would immediately cry out.”" (Luke 19:40)

    "Then the Lord opened the mouth of the donkey, and she said to Balaam, “What have I done to you, that you have struck me these three times?”" (Numbers 22:28)

    ""An ox knows its owner, And a donkey its master's manger, But Israel does not know, My people do not understand."" (Isaiah 1:3)

    "“Behold, I am the Lord, the God of all flesh. Is there anything too hard for Me?" (Jeremiah 32:27)

    August 29, 2019
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  30. WhyIsMimoTaken said:

    The japanese guy is adorable and inspiring

    August 29, 2019
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  31. Rick Stevenson said:

    Jess Phoenix is awesome. Seriously hoping to see her in government some day.

    August 29, 2019
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  32. Ryuga Hydeki said:

    Is the the Karen they talk about on r/ on reddit?

    August 30, 2019
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  33. d b said:

    Let's have educated and professional scientists talk to woo-woo make-believe embracing noodleheads. Why? What's the point? Science is facts — FACTS! — and the others … who cares? Santa Clause, Tooth Fairies, Bigfoot, Invisible Sky-Man, magic … who cares, it's fantasy and fiction. Why are you even trying to give credibility to self-delusional people by trying to put them on the same level as fact based researchers?

    August 30, 2019
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  34. Narayan Koss said:

    Ayyyyy science is cool, but its like a dog sniffing its own ass it likes what is smells, however it doesnt change the fact that its still shite

    August 30, 2019
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  35. SquadShit Music said:

    Take the rabbi out and should’ve had an Islamic imam

    August 30, 2019
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  36. Jane lane said:

    Both of these camps follow a dogma but the religious dogmas are much more obvious .These should include people who have a a more middle view point who are free from the dogmatic beliefs.

    August 31, 2019
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  37. Sky Patronus said:

    How can you do this video without getting a representative of the world's most practiced religion; Islam?????

    August 31, 2019
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  38. Turtle_Lord97 said:

    Most people in the comments criticizing the Rabbi are probably not even Jews. Most rabbis are like her, in Judaism the Torah is not to be taken literally.

    August 31, 2019
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  39. Shari The Conqueror said:

    Wish there was a Muslim scholar it would’ve been fair enough

    September 1, 2019
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  40. Keira Bailey-Hughes said:

    The rabbi was a bit confusing otherwise this was such a great conversation. No arguing, they were all basically all the way through calm! It was honestly pretty beautiful and inspiring.

    September 1, 2019
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  41. Susss X said:

    How can a pastor say that he didn’t knew if praying would really heal a person? Where’s is your faith then? I don’t get it.

    September 1, 2019
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  42. D Uu said:

    Gyokei is such a chill dude i want to be that peacefull lol

    September 1, 2019
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  43. a. F. said:

    you have to make clear that she is a "reform" rabbi not "a rabbi"

    September 1, 2019
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  44. E. B. said:

    Is it terrible that I'm terribly attracted to Gyokei?

    September 1, 2019
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  45. Xcraetor said:

    I don’t like saying that there are things science can’t explain, I prefer to say that there are things science hasn’t explained yet

    September 1, 2019
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  46. Lawrence Cobb said:

    The questions need to be way brighter please

    September 1, 2019
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  47. Darius94 said:

    love to see the womanin red burning inside when sience facts are thrown into her face.

    September 1, 2019
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  48. The CrazY Bass Man said:

    Retards and People with logic should have been the title

    September 2, 2019
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  49. The CrazY Bass Man said:

    Buddhism = atheism tbh knowledge is power

    September 2, 2019
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  50. luiza shabetnick said:

    Is she really a rabbi? Her shirt is not cosher, the way she speaks.. The zen thing..

    September 2, 2019
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  51. FERHAT said:

    please help me pass these 4000 minutes and 1000 subscribersŞu 4000 saat 1000 aboneyi geçmeme yardımcı olur musunuz

    September 2, 2019
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  52. Anabela Sousa said:

    intelectually

    September 2, 2019
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  53. Erin Laemmle said:

    Maybe we need better science, or a better definition of science! Out with the old in with the new!

    September 3, 2019
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  54. Erin Laemmle said:

    Energy doesn't die duh!

    September 3, 2019
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  55. forever angels said:

    Religion and science are not always mutually exclusive.

    September 3, 2019
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  56. 댕이 궁 said:

    I don't know if it's appropriate to say this but the monk is a daddy

    September 3, 2019
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  57. Sammy Sam said:

    In the pursuit of knowledge and truth, yes. Other than that, they both have different goals and for different reason. Religion is based on belief of reward and punishment. Science is based on discovery and understanding.
    Neither can prove nor disprove.

    September 3, 2019
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  58. Greased said:

    What if…. God does things through science

    September 4, 2019
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  59. Abid Chowdhury said:

    No….insofar as religions always try to actively hinder scientific reasoning, progress and principles. Religion is an outdated way of thinking that should be left behind for something that actually works and is based on verifiable evidence, which is SCIENCE.

    September 4, 2019
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  60. Mohammed Jeelani Shaikh said:

    Scientists make life easier of people….. religious leaders make life confused.. religious leaders propagates their teaching through , scientists invention…..
    According to me , as a Muslim and doctor ( surgeon) the religion should be personal , it should be between person and God ….
    Moral character is dependent on genes….

    September 4, 2019
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  61. Pathways in Stardust Poetry said:

    Why did y'all invite an atheist rabbi?

    September 4, 2019
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  62. mero shango said:

    Make one with "Science vs lgbtq"

    September 4, 2019
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  63. R. Hasan said:

    There is no muslim priest…good for you

    If there was one the interview would go like this-

    christian guy: blah blah
    Jew lady: blah blah blah
    Volcanolohist: blah blah blah

    Muslim guy: boom

    September 4, 2019
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  64. jobje Rabbeljee said:

    Youre all waste of gas.
    Go doubt yourselves.

    September 5, 2019
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  65. Saouti Mohamed said:

    There should be a muslim in this episode.would made a huge difference

    September 5, 2019
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  66. Tasabeeh mahmed Amir said:

    It makes me really sad that the Muslim community wasn’t part of this.

    September 5, 2019
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  67. Smiley_Idk said:

    explain why most scientists who try to find that God doesnt exist, have more evidence then he DOES exist. Then they become a christian scientist, or something else.

    September 6, 2019
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  68. V said:

    Are we sure she’s a certified rabbi?

    September 7, 2019
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  69. K3NT1NUUM said:

    "What we see about the universe shows how poorly designed it is" … WAIT WHEN DID HE MEET ME LOL

    September 7, 2019
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  70. YOURGIRLB said:

    Science and religion goes hand in hand for the most part

    September 7, 2019
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  71. Breflections said:

    What the heck, lady? How can you be a Rabbi and believe in Judaism, but actually not believe in it at all? 🤦🏼‍♀️

    September 7, 2019
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  72. dennis jr said:

    the pastor is lit man!!!

    September 7, 2019
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  73. Goatvarro said:

    0:25 buddy looks like conor mcgregor got sober

    September 7, 2019
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  74. sara said:

    idk why everone's hating on the rabbi, she seems like such a good person– maybe a little ignorant ("zen")– but a good person, nonetheless.

    September 7, 2019
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  75. carolina cuchacovich said:

    This is the first time I hear a Christian who is likeable … kudos to him….

    September 8, 2019
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  76. AlienatedPotato said:

    No, science cannot explain why so many people believe in an imaginary sky man.

    September 8, 2019
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  77. larry fulkerson said:

    if you're a scientist and you believe in a god you're not doing science right.

    September 9, 2019
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  78. Ellis K said:

    i literally can not explain enough how much i love middle ground,, i am literally going through each season playlist to check if i missed any episodes just in case thank you jubilee i love you and i don't think you will see this comment because it's too far back long ago but it's okay because the internet will know i love you jubileeeee

    September 9, 2019
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  79. Ellis K said:

    also i don't know if anyone else mentioned this but i literally love the background music it's so healing~

    September 9, 2019
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  80. Angela Ferrari said:

    can science help morality? YES. Science teaches equality between 'races' (i.e. ethnicities) and sexes. The theory of evolution teaches to view the world in the eco mode rather than the ego one (i.e. human beings are not the center, but rather a part of the cosmos).
    I believe that secularism should point more at the great potentiality of science as a possible source of explanation for old traditional ethics and morals. Evolution mainly explains how our moral compass makes sense in view of natural selection and survival of the species.

    September 9, 2019
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  81. Ike Frost said:

    Heroine addicts vs meth addicts

    OnlyFans vs Porn Stars

    Single Mothers vs housewife mothers

    Beyoncé Fans vs Mariah Carey Fans

    Dead or Alive fans vs Tekken fans

    Just kidding, these aren’t going to happen. Although I wouldn’t mind the Mariah Fans vs the Beyoncé fans.

    September 9, 2019
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  82. Paige Haley said:

    I really love that a lot of times when they sit down together they realize that they didn’t necessarily disagree with each other they just interpreted the question differently. I think that it really helps them open their eyes to each other’s opposing believes. It’s what makes this series so beautiful to watch.

    September 10, 2019
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  83. No Stop said:

    lol the scientist thinks God created the world poorly bro cmon we ruined this beautiful world and u know it

    September 11, 2019
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  84. Saul Orendain said:

    what's rabbi

    September 11, 2019
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  85. Jordan Womack said:

    I have a quip, you didn't have a social scientist. You asked a question about morals and ethics, having a psychologist, sociologist, and a philosopher you would have had a better discussion.

    I say this as a psychology and criminal justice major. I also study politics and philosophy.

    September 11, 2019
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  86. Luke C. said:

    Traditional medicine vs pharmaceuticals.

    September 11, 2019
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  87. Z06 Cali said:

    Great video, I loved how everyone just had a great eye opening conversation where they could be honest and challenge what they believe in whether that be a higher being or science

    September 12, 2019
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  88. Dan said:

    Who is this Rabbi? Rabbi of I just woke up one day and have no idea what to label myself?

    September 12, 2019
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  89. GGG NNN said:

    Science cannot exist without natural law…. Natural law can exist without science. Boom 💣

    September 12, 2019
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  90. GGG NNN said:

    Science cannot exist without natural law…. Natural law can exist without science. Boom 💣

    September 12, 2019
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  91. Titanium Shadow said:

    im sorry the earth was created 1 guy steps forward me WTF how can we be hear if something or some1 didnt make it and if it was just there it was still created

    September 12, 2019
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  92. Pino Santilli said:

    The Buddhist is closer to the truth. Stop holding on and experience the whole…

    September 12, 2019
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  93. FranzmusAusus Puffgrinker said:

    Science versus Religion:
    Maybe, these Christian Knights of Erasmus would also seek to learn the Way of the Carpenter in the "Book of Five Rings" of the samurai concerning the nobility and learned? Plato was most influenced by Pythagoras but is Christianity a true religion or a cheap introduction and a way for unruly knights, serfs, and peasants to learn how to respect authority and the learned? If you want a Kabbalistic interpretation, maybe that will suit best, along with a mathematical diagram? Should I call myself Francis Xavier? How heavy is that weight, the cross and also the law, compared to the weight of a book or simple respect? Erasmus work was the basis of the Protestant Reformation and Xavier the leading missionary of the East and the New World concerning Catholicism. So in science versus religion, remember that science speaks FOR the common man.
    THE BOOK SPEAKETH:
    TO PLEASE ALL sorts of men I do not pass, To please the good and learned is a fair thing, Yea, and these both were more than covenant was And more than I look for. Whoso the learning Of Christ doth favour, if he like well all thing I seek no further, Christ is mine Apollo, Only strengthening me to speak this that I do. [none]

    Erasmus, Desiderius. Delphi Collected Works of Desiderius Erasmus

    September 12, 2019
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  94. All American said:

    I think the reformed rabbi should've just announced herself for what she actually was which is an atheist .

    September 12, 2019
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  95. Ryu Gaming said:

    I disliked this rabbi from the very beginning when she laughed like a kid about what the scientists was saying , she shouldn't be there

    September 13, 2019
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  96. Micheal Tan said:

    Christians, why do you believe in God?

    September 13, 2019
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  97. brooke burton said:

    They should have included a scientist that was (possibly very) religious.

    September 13, 2019
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  98. thats radical ! said:

    gyokei is handsome for 40 years old

    September 13, 2019
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  99. Hard To Say said:

    I notice you didn’t have the sack to bring a leader of the Muslim church into the discussion; not surprising in the least. It’s easy- AND ACCEPTABLE- to pick on Christians and Jews. Tsk tsk. Lame move.

    September 13, 2019
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  100. Aiden Arciga said:

    people who still have a religion in 2019:🤡

    September 13, 2019
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