Science and Religion: Dialogue and Debate

CAS HI 304

Challenges conventional wisdom that science and religion have always been at war in Europe and North America. Explores their interactions, mutual existence, and conflict from Copernicus' claim that the earth revolved around the sun to contemporary debates about evolution. Also offered as CAS RN 369. This course cannot be taken for credit in addition to the course entitled "Science and Christianity" that was previously numbered CAS HI 369.

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