At Framing Science, Matthew Nisbet uses today's premier of the movie Expelled to caution atheist scientists about going too far. He excerpts a Pew interview with Francis Collins, who breaks down why "the current crowd of seemingly angry atheists, who are using science as part of their argument that faith is irrelevant, do not speak for us," Collins says.

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