The Institute has done extensive work in the areas of philosophy and theology. Monographs have been published in this area and various pieces in the Journal of Judaism and Civilization.

In the area of aesthetics the Institute has not only produced theoretical research into the concept of art consistent with Judaism and the tradition of the Noahide laws; it has also been involved in the production and performance of artworks of the highest calibre. The Institute has a strong interest in furthering a pedagogy of instruction in the fine arts consistent with religious tradition.