December 7, 2012

Science vs. God: Does Progress Trump Faith?

Wynne Parry, Live Science


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Three out of five scientists do not believe in God, but two out of five do, said John Donvan, opening a debate on the issue of science and religion yesterday (Dec. 5) in New York.

The discussion pitted the perspectives from both sides against one another: Does science refute religion? Or does science address a different set of questions, with answers that can point toward religious truths?

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TAGGED: Atheism, Big Bang, God, Science And Religion, Debates

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