Looking for a Middle Ground | GenomeWeb

John Wilkins is trying to stir things up. Over at his Evolving Thoughts blog, he posts a question to the community about how religion and science fit together. Looking at it both ways, he asks the traditional question first: if you have a religion and in interest in science, how does that work? Next, he asks: "Now suppose you are a member of a scientific body, and want to suggest to members of religions that they can be part of the scientific enterprise.

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