Rabbi Allen Maller, Los Angeles
What I like most about The Fountain magazine is its wide perspective – not just about religion, science, the past or the present, it’s about all of those things. It seeks to bring together in a special, respectful way different people’s insights in the nature of both the material and spiritual world that we live in. The Fountain is an excellent example of, perhaps you might say, the Ottoman ideal, that there is an enrichment that takes place when people of different religions, cultures – not just in the sense of different religions or civilizations; science is a certain kind of a culture, and humanities and religion – contribute in their own way, as in an orchestra where there is one Conductor, but there are many instruments and musicians. The Fountain’s unique contribution is to encourage interaction between different segments of our very complicated and sometimes divisive society.