Jewish thought scholars at BGU focus on the primary texts from the Second Temple period until the present.
BGU’s Goldstein-Goren Department of Jewish Thought is one of the leading centers in the world for researching and teaching the evolution of Jewish intellectual thinking. Scholars explore Halachic and Midrashic thought, medieval Jewish philosophy, Jewish mysticism, modern Jewish thought, and more. The Goldstein-Goren International Center for Jewish Thought promotes the acquired knowledge worldwide through a variety of events. BGU is also developing an online Jewish liturgy and prayer research database for use by researchers around the world.
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A University With the Potential to Change All of Israel
Intermountain Jewish News — Israel’s first prime minister, David Ben-Gurion, was a huge believer in the potential of the Negev
Applying Jewish Law to Modern Medical Ethics
BGU’s international medical school director discusses applying Jewish medical ethics during COVID-19.
How Jewish Mystics Sought to Vanquish the Coronavirus and Hitler
Prof. Yuval Harari speaks to Haaretz about how magic has been used in Jewish history to fight our enemies.