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Rabbi Dr. Natan Slifkin is a well-known Torah scholar, with a particular interest in Torah and zoology, the intersection of science and Torah, and the tension between the rationalist and mystical conceptions of Judaism. Much of this came to a head in 2004, when his books on some of these topics, which until then had been warmly accepted throughout the Orthodox world, were suddenly banned by a large segment of the religious population. Join Scott Kahn for a frank and in-depth discussion with Rabbi Dr. Slifkin on his early years as a Chareidi apologist, what led him to rethink his philosophy of Judaism, the experience of the ban from his perspective, and his many projects, including the founding of the Biblical Museum of Natural History in Beit Shemesh, Israel.