The noise surrounding Creationisms and New Atheism is so intense, that I hunger for any perspective that avoids mutual annihilation.  Luckily, there are two articles that seek to create dialog between religion and science.  Richard Norman’s “Holy Communion” attempts to define a common project for believers and atheists; and David Beldeh (“Science and Spirit“) argues that religion offer science a means of valuing the physical world, especially with regard to environmental crises.

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