Tom Gilson

Evolution Book Sees No Science-Religion Gap – New York Times

This is going to be interesting. I’ve just ordered my copy, which should be here within a week.

On Thursday, [the National Academy of Sciences] produced a third [book on teaching evolution]. But this volume is unusual, people who worked on it say, because it is intended specifically for the lay public and because it devotes much of its space to explaining the differences between science and religion, and asserting that acceptance of evolution does not require abandoning belief in God.

[From Evolution Book Sees No Science-Religion Gap – New York Times]

I blogged previously on this, but that was based on a news report and focused on an aspect other than evolution and faith. When the book comes, I’ll have more to say about that.


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