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Ask An Atheist: Where did human beings come from?

The science end of it is clear enough: our species appeared several hundred thousand years ago in Africa, one of several hominid species of that period, including our ancestral branch Homo erectus, the first of our genus to venture outside Africa.

Religion & Science: Comrades in Arms Against Ignorance

Conflicts between science and religion — perhaps more accurately, between practitioners of these great fields of endeavor — have been around throughout history.

Religions At the Crossroads of Politics and the Environment

Members of certain religions often subscribe to political ideologies about the environment. Why are politicizing something we all live on?

Faith, science and happiness

The truth of Jesus’ Gospel was being proved by modern science.

Science vs. religion? There’s actually more of a three-way split

Meet the “Post-Seculars” — the one in five Americans who seem to have gone unnoticed before in endless rounds of debates pitting science vs. religion.

Ask A Religious Scientist: Why is the word ‘science’ used?

Students and practitioners of the Science of Mind begin like any scientist with a curiosity, a question, study and do the research needed to bring them to a hypothesis, continue doing the research needed to determine for themselves the validity of the hypothesis, and ultimately build a foundation of faith in the hypothesis.

NOMA: The religion and science debate, part 3

It isn’t that science plays doesn't role in supplying evidence relevant to undecidable propositions. For example, science can lay out the mechanics of the human brain systems that contribute to our making moral judgments (at least two are currently identified, one running off rational assessment circuitry, and another more snap judgment system riffing off our emotional amygdala network).

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