PUBLIC AGENDA MEDIA | OCTOBER 14TH, 2014

Same World, Different Worldviews

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Science and religion are sometimes cast as adversaries competing forces with opposing goals. The scientific and evangelical Christian communities represent perhaps the most fraught example of the conflict between science and religion in the United States. Helping these two groups better relate to one another will not only strengthen our nation but may also point a path forward for relations between science and religion in general. This Choicework discussion guide is meant to help people from these contrasting points of view do exactly that. The guide presents three different approaches aimed to minimize conflict and improve relations between the evangelical and scientific communities.

This Choicework guide was created in partnership with AAAS and was used during the Perceptions Project. Read more about the dialogues that this guide helped stimulate on our blog.

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