The Science and Religion Dialogue
In Fraser Watts & Kevin Dutton (eds.), Why the Science and Religion Dialogue Matters: Voices from the International Society for Science and Religion. Templeton Foundation Press (2006)
Abstractare the two most important things in the world. A student promptly objected: "No, Professor, you are wrong. that's sex and money." I convinced him otherwise by the time the semester was over. But I am still trying to convince most of the world- Science is the firss Iact of modern life, and religion is the perennial carrier of meaning. Seen in depth and in terms of their long-range personal and cultural impacts, science and religion are the two most important &scca in today's world;. Here are six reasons why the dialogue is vitaL r. Science cannot teach sss svhat sva mod nsost to knsnv abogr nasss~has..
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