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How Religion, Science Can Work Together
What happens when you bring together respected social scientists who for many years have gathered significant data on the relationship between science and religion? A humble dialogue offering new pathways to cooperative efforts on issues from evolution and climate change to eradicating disease.
Ahead of the Trend, ARDA
Can Celebrity Scientists Change The Way People Think About Science And Religion?
Do people like Richard Dawkins and Francis Collins impact public opinion on how science and religion relate? Tania Lombrozo considers a study on the influence of big-name scientists on the debate.
13.7: Cosmos & Culture
Religion Drives Skepticism About Evolution, But Not Climate Change
While rejection of evolution is strongly associated with Americans’ religiosity, the same is not true of climate change. That’s the conclusion of a new study that sought to test popular assumptions about the link between religion and anti-science attitudes.
Religion News Service
What Scientists Believe
Sociologist Elaine Howard Ecklund and her colleagues wanted to study Religion Among Scientists in International Contexts (RASIC), a project that ran from 2012-2015. At the Faraday Institute course this summer, she presented some of the results, and reflected on what they mean for society.
Science and Belief, Faraday Institute
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