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Science and God

Science and God

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Published by: raj on Jun 09, 2008
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 Yes, i by…
Steven Pinker 2
No, and yes.
Christoph Cardinal Schönborn
Absolutely not!
William D. Phillips
Not necessarily.
Pervez Amirali Hoodbhoy 9
O course not.
 Mary Midgley 11
Robert Sapolsky 13
No, but it should.
Christopher Hitchens 15 
Keith Ward 17 
Victor J. Stenger 19
No, not at all.
 Jerome Groopman 21
It depends.
 Michael Shermer 23
O course not.
Kenneth Miller 25 
No, but only i…
Stuart Kauman 27 
Does sciencemae belie in Godobsolete?
Does sciencemae belie in Godobsolete?
Tirteen views on the question
Online at www.templeton.org/belie  
he John empleton Foundation serves as a philanthropic catalyst or researchon what scientists and philosophers call the Big Questions. We support wor at the world’s top universities in such elds as theoretical physics, cosmology,evolutionary biology, cognitive science, and social science relating to love, orgiveness,creativity, purpose, and the nature and origin o religious belie. We encourage inormed,open-minded dialogue between scientists and theologians as they apply themselves tothe most proound issues in their particular disciplines. And, in a more practical vein, wesee to stimulate new thining about wealth creation in the developing world, charactereducation in schools and universities, and programs or cultivating the talents o the gited. Tis boolet neatly embodies our approach to the Big Questions: the contributors arescholars and thiners o the rst ran, they address a perennial and much-disputed subject,and they bring to bear—in civil, elegant prose—a range o dierent perspectives. By assembling this “conversation” and inviting the public to join in, we intend to promote adialogue that transcends amiliar rhetoric and stoc answers. We aim to turn discourseon the Big Questions in a more thoughtul, considered direction. It is our hope that thisboolet will be a lasting resource or students, teachers, parents, scientists, clergy, andanyone else engaged with the great issues o human nature and purpose. Te essays collected here were coordinated and edited by Michael Shermer, who alsocontributed a piece o his own. Te John empleton Foundation grateully acnowledgesDr. Shermer’s sillul assistance and wise counsel. wo previous “conversations” on Big Questions at the core o the Foundation’s mandatemay also be o interest to readers. Tey can be ound online at the ollowing addresses:
Does the universe have a purpose? 
Will money solve Arica’s development problems? 

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