Tag Archives: science vs. faith

Society and Culture Lecture

by | January 15, 2016

Update: The dialogue between Larry Moran and Denis Alexander, “Is There a Conflict Between Science and Religion?” will be live streamed on YouTube at 7:00 PM ET, tomorrow, January 29. Wycliffe College invites you to its Society and Culture Lecture: A dialogue on Science and Religion.   Larry Moran, Professor in the Department of Biochemistry at… Read more »

Guest Post: Jerry Coyne in Toronto

by | June 15, 2015

Guest post by Leslie Rosenblood On Wednesday, June 10, I had the pleasure of meeting Jerry Coyne in Toronto to hear him speak about his new book, Faith vs. Fact, at an event organized by the Centre for Inquiry Canada. I have been a reader of Coyne’s website, whyevolutionistrue.wordpress.com, for several years, and appreciate his… Read more »

Jerry Coyne in Toronto – Faith vs. Fact: Why Science and Religion Are Incompatible

by | June 11, 2015

Yesterday evening, I attended, Jerry Coyne’s talk, Faith Vs Fact: Why Science and Religion Are Incompatible, at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) Auditorium in Toronto. This speaking engagement addresses, at a higher level, the content of Jerry’s latest book of the same name. The talk was very well attended with the auditorium full… Read more »

Scientific Satire

by | February 4, 2015

Dean Burnett, a doctor of neuroscience, who “moonlights as a comedy writer and stand-up comedian,” has written a satiric article about scientists who “turn the tables and interfere with matters of religion.” The Catholic Church and Church of England have recently been urging MPs to vote against the introduction of mitochondrial donation, a potentially life-saving… Read more »

Science increasing makes the case

by | January 6, 2015

… apparently for Dionysus. All hail the God of religious whine…er… wine. Theoretical physicist Lawrence Krauss wrote a withering response to a Wall Street Journal article arguing that “Science Increasingly Makes the Case for God,” but the Journal refused to publish it — so Richard Dawkins did instead. Yeah, this ends exactly the way you… Read more »