Eliezer Schnall

The State Of The Union

Orthodox marriages are happier than others, but are nonetheless plagued with stressors, study reports.

01/21/2010
Staff Writer

Orthodox marriages may be happier than their secular counterparts. But religious unions are rocky enough to concern a team of researchers and rabbis who presented the results of their recent study on marital satisfaction at the Orthodox Union here last week.
“Traditional family values and religious values tend to overlap,” said Eliezer Schnall, an assistant professor of psychology at Yeshiva University, who was responsible for analyzing the data. “But there are also those in this community who are not as happy with their marriages.”

The God Vitamin?

Staff Writer
01/30/2009

In an era when religion and science seem divided by a gaping chasm, one group of scientists is showing how these two belief systems may be a little closer than we think.

The Stem Cell Fast Track

Israeli researchers say they are already able to reverse some defects, and may soon be able to take on diseases.

01/30/2009
Staff Writer
In a city where so many cultures seek spiritual reawakening, In an era when religion and science seem divided by a gaping chasm, one group of scientists is showing how these two belief systems may be a little closer than we think.

The God Vitamin?

New study reveals that regular worship attendance is linked to longer life expectancy.

01/30/2009
Staff Writer
In an era when religion and science seem divided by a gaping chasm, one group of scientists is showing how these two belief systems may be a little closer than we think.
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