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Religion’s Roles

The dialogue between Lawrence M. Krauss and Richard Dawkins on religion in “Should Science Speak to Faith?” is almost as frustrating as Pat Robertson and Jerry Falwell discussing cosmology. Both authors seem to assume that Christian fundamentalism provides a paradigm for all religion, which is sufficiently defined by its collision with biology and cosmology. Other faiths and Christian groups have never had such problems with science.

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