Monday, 8 September 2003

Science and Religion

This article in The Guardian last Thursday (4 September 2003) asks the question ‘why do so many scientists believe in God?’ Why not, you might reasonably answer, but the writer talks to a number of scientists who combine their profession with religious practice and belief.

Also discussed is the Science and Religion Forum, meeting this week in Birmingham.

To paraphrase one of those interviewed: doubt is important to both science and religion.

Posted by Simon Kershaw on Monday, 8 September 2003 at 4:42pm BST | TrackBack
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And then there are scientist academics who are creationists. For example, "this one":http://www.answersingenesis.org/Home/Area/bios/a_mcintosh.asp. Religion means lots of things...

Posted by: Simon Sarmiento on Monday, 8 September 2003 at 11:03pm BST

Can I draw you attention to a lecture on 4th May 2004 by George Ellis entitled " The Science and Relgion Interaction". It will be held in Friends House, 173 Euston Rd., London, and starts at 19 30 hrs.

Posted by: Michael Day on Sunday, 25 April 2004 at 6:25pm BST