Big Bang Theory star, Mayim Bialik, asks Jew in the City can science and religion work together in a Jewish framework? While there are some Orthodox Jews who believe in a literal account of the creation story, many of us hold that the events must be understood another way. RAMBAM, also known as Maimonides, stated in the 12th century that the creation account must not be taken literally in all its parts. This leaves room for concepts like The Big Bang Theory and even evolution to work within the Torah’s description of the seven days of creation. While people mistakenly believe that the Bible must be at odds with science, when you look at Jewish commentators throughout history, you can see how well the two subjects can work together. And every Jew should know that believing in science is not a reason to not believe in Torah.