Truth in Science and the Literal Reading of the Bible

December 2012
Vital Speeches International;Dec2012, Vol. 4 Issue 12, p402
The article presents a speech by Gene Fendt, Albertus Professor of Philosophy at the University of Nebraska in Kearney, Nebraska, delivered in Kearney, Nebraska on September 20, 2012, in which he discussed about evolutionary biologist Stephen J. Gould's view on science and religion, who said that science and religion are non-overlapping magisteria (NOMA).


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