Rabbi Asher Crispe is the Executive Director of Interinclusion.org, a social mosaic which perpetuates the arts, sciences, literature, and music through Jewish tradition.
He is a highly knowledgeable technology expert and futurist as well as a media aficionado with a thorough and intimate knowledge of emerging developments in science and the digital universe. With over 20 years of experience as an educator, Rabbi Crispe regularly travels the world as a speaker / lecturer teaching in Jewish centers and academic institutions.
He specializes in illuminating the arts and sciences through the lens of the Torah. His lectures have focused on: music, film, architecture, gender theory, psychology, education, economics, regenerative medicine and physics.
He has also served as a consultant for financial, medical, and technological projects all relating to future trends.
How can we look beyond the reality of appearances and see the appearance of reality? What are the limits of representation of self and others in the realm of the interpersonal? Why, within the framework of quantum physics, do subatomic particles know when they are being watched and consequently change their behavior? And how does all of this relate to Jewish notions of modesty? This lecture was delivered at the 13th annual National Jewish Retreat
Rabbi Asher Crispe (46)