April 14, 2012

How to Reconcile Science and Religion

Paul Wallace, Huffington Post

Last month in these pages, Jason Rosenhouse wrote about reconciling science and religion. In his concluding paragraph he said,

Many Christians have resolved [this issue] to their own satisfaction. The literature defending "theistic evolution" is large and erudite. I can understand, though, why so many people are not impressed with such efforts... They seem like so much armchair philosophy, as though the writer thinks the task of reconciliation is accomplished when a logically possible scenario containing both God and evolution, no matter how implausible, is produced.
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