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Knowing Creation through Science and Religion

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Science and Christianity share an interest in understanding how creation works. In different and yet related ways, they both bear witness to the wonders of the natural world and are not necessarily in competition, despite commonly being separated. One way to reconcile this lies in thoughtful and informed dialogue between the two, which recently transpired at the Knowing Creation conference at St Andrews on August 23-24, 2014.

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Churches Empowered When Informed About Science

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Science is often presumed to be a tricky matter for people of faith. Pew Research has found that Americans can feel uncomfortable accepting scientific discoveries when they are perceived to contradict their religious beliefs. But Scientists in Congregations is discovering that the apparent opposition can be overcome. The project, funded by a grant from the John Templeton Foundation, equips churches to discuss science and religion and is demonstrating that the experience of properly engaging with science is not only informative but empowering.

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