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  • 31 May 2023
    James F. Brennan

    That “Olde” Story: Faith and Reason

    Blog #2 in the, Psychology and its Antecedents, series In the previous blog about the emergence of psychology at the expense of the traditional intellectual provinces of the older disciplines of religion and philosophy, one important question centers on two sources of truth. Is there an equivalence between knowledge derived from faith and knowledge derived […]

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  • 8 May 2014

    On Science and Religion

    John Hedley Brooke, the author of Science and Religion, answers our questions about his latest book, how he writes, and researching the age-old conflict between scientific thought and religious belief.

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  • 9 Apr 2012

    Key Findings from the Fossil Record

    Religion and science have long been seen as incompatible; it’s the view that Robert Asher grew up with during his deeply Presbyterian childhood in Western New York. But since then, through years of studying early mammals and exploring fossil records, he found that no other theory comes close to Darwin’s as an explanation for the world’s incredible biodiversity.

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