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About Nature of Torah

There are certain questions that accompany any sincere exploration of the world. We wonder about where things came from, where they're going, and what they're here for. We ask questions about meaning, truth, and purpose. Most importantly, we ask questions about ourselves and how we should live in this strangely beautiful and beautifully strange universe.

These questions have formed the basis of philosophy for thousands of years. But what does the Torah have to say about them? Does Judaism offer clear answers to these questions, or is it more interested in the questions themselves?

Through various projects, this site explores the Torah's relationship to those big questions, especially as they relate to our daily experience of the natural world. 

By exploring the nature of the Torah, we discover a Torah that permeates nature. 


Rabbi Dovid Campbell is the creator of After learning for six years under his rebbe, HaRav Shimon Green, Rabbi Campbell moved to Israel, where he continued his rabbinic studies and received ordination from HaRav Dovid Lewin of Ramat Beit Shemesh. 

Rabbi Campbell has published original works of Jewish philosophy, focusing on the Torah's role in revealing the moral beauty of the natural world. These works have appeared in the journals Hakirah and Tradition, and online at numerous Jewish content sites, including the Lehrhaus, Beyond Belief, and

He holds a degree in microbiology from the University of Arizona and multiple certificates in the field of complex systems.

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