Published February 8, 2008
Dr. John Polkinghorne, in a lecture I have downloaded from the iTunes U database entitled “The Friendship Between Science and Religion”, at one point asks his audience the question, ‘Why is Science possible’?
In short, Polkinghorne asserts that: Continue reading ‘Science and Religion – Good mates?’
It seems that the creationist debate is in full swing once again in the states. Creationist advocates are campaigning to have the state of Texas include creationist ideology in their high school science texts. Obviously this has been a very heated debate with both sides getting quite…um…feisty. I’m hoping to spark a little discussion here as to the negative and/or positive implications of such a policy. I’ll begin with a short claim that evolution should not be instructed in high schools as a general theory.
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