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    ジェルサレムのラバイからのコメント

  1. Introduction to Judaism
    ユダヤ教の初歩の初歩
  2. Difference between Judaism and other religions
    ユダヤ教と他宗教の違い
  3. Who Jews are?
    ユダヤ人とは?
  4. Jewish Religious Calendars and Annual Events : Jewish Ceremonies
    ユダヤ教の宗教カレンダーと年中行事・ユダヤ人の人生儀式
  5. Jewish Prayer
    ユダヤ教の祈り
  6. Kashrut
    ユダヤ教の食事戒律
  7. Jewish Laws (except Kashrut)
    ユダヤ教の戒律(食事戒律以外)
  8. What is the prohibition of idol worship that is the essence of Judaism?
    ユダヤ教の真髄である偶像崇拝の禁止とは
  9. Judaism and Circumcision
    ユダヤ教と割礼
  10. Judaism and Tzedakah (To help the poor)
    ユダヤ教とツェダカ(貧者救済)
  11. Concept of G-d in Judaism (Relationship between Jewish and G-d)
    ユダヤ教に於ける神の概念(ユダヤ人と神との関係)
  12. Interpreting Hebrew Bible by Kanji Isaac Ishizumi
    石角完爾が読み解く“おもろい”Hebrew Bible
  13. Jewish Daily Life, especialy Shabbat day
    ユダヤ人の日常生活 … 特に安息日について
  14. Jewish in the various cities and countries
    世界各地のユダヤ人
  15. Jewish Wisdom of  5000 years
    ユダヤ5000年の生活の知恵
  16. Judaism and Education
    ユダヤ教と科学・教育
  17. Judaism and Moral Law
    ユダヤ教と道徳・法
  18. Judaism and Medical Science
    ユダヤ教と医学
  19. Judaism and Money
    ユダヤ教とMoney
  20. Relationship between Men and Women in Judaism
    ユダヤ教と男女の関係
  21. Relationship between Human and Animal in Judaism
    ユダヤ教に於ける動物と人の関係
  22. Anti-Semitism
    反ユダヤ主義について
  23. Compariative study of Jewish and Japanese
    ユダヤ・日本 比較論
  24. Jewish view on Japanese Business and Business Culture 
    ユダヤ人から見た日本企業と日本の企業文化
  25. Jewish view on Japanese Education
    ユダヤ人から見た日本の教育の問題点
  26. Why and How Kanji Isaac Ishizumi converted to Judaism?
    何故、どのようにして(Why & How)石角完爾はユダヤ教徒になったか?
  27. Publication of Kanji Isaac Ishizumi
    石角完爾出版物紹介
  28. Comments from Blog readers
    ブログの読者からの反応
  29. Others
    その他
Comments from a Rabbi in Jerusalem ジェルサレムのラバイからのコメント
「Judaism and the Big Bang Theory」の続き  8/28/13
「Judaism and the Big Bang Theory」の続き  8/27/13
Judaism and the Big Bang Theory  7/19/13
「First Jew arriving America and thereafter」に対するコメント  7/18/13
「南IndiaのJewish」に対するコメント  7/17/13
「Pesachについて」に対するコメント  7/16/13
「Maimonides」に対するコメント  5/25/13
「Germanyで困った判決が出た」に対するコメント 5/24/13
「Rabbi Akibaはいかにして偉大な学者になり得たか」に対するコメント 5/23/13
Circumcision  5/7/13
The Custom of Eating Hard Boiled Eggs at the Beginning of the Passover Seder:  5/6/13
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Judaism and the Big Bang Theory

In the 13th century, Rabbi Moshe ben Nachman (Nachmanides) wrote that in the very first seconds of God's creation of the universe, all the matter of the universe was concentrated in an infinitesimally small space, no larger than "a grain of mustard". It subsequently expanded and ultimately became the universe as we know it today, some 15 billion years later (see his commentary on the Book of Genesis, chapter 1 verse 1 and see Gerald Schroeder, Genesis and the Big Bang). Remarkably, Jewish tradition had predated the theory of the Big Bang, some 4,000 years before its modern scientific formulation!
| Jerusalem Rabbi | 2013/07/16 10:03 PM |
The creation of the universe as a consequence of the Big Bang appears not only to not contradict, but in fact to corroborate its Divine origin.
No less an authority than the avowedly atheist physicist, Stephen Hawking, seems unabashedly -and paradoxically - to confirm this. In his "A Brief History of Time - From the Big Bang to Black Holes", Hawking writes that if the rate of the universe's expansion "one second after the big bang had been smaller by even one partin a hundred thousand million million, the universe would have recollapsed before it ever reached its present size....The remarkable fact is thatthe value of these numbers seem to have been very finely adjusted to make possible the development of life....It would be very difficult to explain why the universe should have begun in just this way, except as the act of a God who intended to create beings like us" (!).(A Brief History of Time, Bantam Books 1988 edition, pages 134, 138, 140 and 141).
| Jerusalem Rabbi | 2013/08/21 5:37 PM |
Several commentaries appended in the 13th century to the Book of Genesis by the great kabalist, Nahmanides, read like a modern-day formulation of the Big Bang theory.
Thus Nahmanides writes as follows, in his commentary to Genesis Chapter 1 Verse 1: "In the beginning, the Creator brought forth a substance so thin that it had no corporeality, but that substanceless substance could take on form. This was the only physical creation. Now this creation was a very small point and from this all things that ever were or will be formed".
Some 700 years later, Albert Einstein revolutionized modern physics when he conclusively proved that all matter did, in fact derive from energy, matter's condensed form - a "very thin, noncorporeal substanceless substance". Einstein's mathematical equation E=mc2is a modern formulation of this biblical truth, as stated by Nahmanides, that in the beginning, "when matter forms (and) time grabs hold" (see his commentary to Genesis 1:4) the pure energy of the creation was transformed into the building blocks of 100 billion galaxies, each containing a 100 billion stars!
| Jerusalem Rabbi | 2013/08/22 5:10 PM |









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