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Deniable Darwin: Jonathan Rosenblum at the Discovery Institute
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Publish-date-icon August 3, 2007
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ID The Future is pleased to feature Jerusalem Post columnist Jonathan Rosenblum, who spoke on July 26th at the Discovery Institute in Seattle. Rosenblum’s lecture, entitled “Is Darwinism Kosher?” investigates the historical and ongoing interplay between Darwinism, Judaism and Christianity. Today’s podcast is an excerpt from Rosenblum’s lecture in which he criticizes Darwinism’s inability to explain the origin of life on the planet, and details other problems with Darwinian theory.

About Jonathan Rosenblum
Jonathan Rosenblum is a graduate of the University of Chicago and Yale Law School. He is a leading commentator on Israeli society and politics, as well as a semi-official English-language spokesman for the fervently Orthodox community. He and his family have lived in Israel for the last 28 years, where he is a columnist for the Jerusalem Post and the Hebrew-language daily Maariv. He also writes weekly columns for a number of religious publications around the world, and serves as director of Am Echad/Jewish Media Resources. Mr. Rosenblum lectures frequently in both the United States and Israel, and is the author of five biographies of major modern Jewish figures and a work on a Jewish approach to suffering.

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