Science and Religion

SCIENCE AND RELIGION. During the final third of the twentieth century an interdisciplinary field arose that claims the name science and religion. By science it refers to natural sciences such as physics, cosmology, evolutionary biology, genetics, and the neurosciences; and it includes supporting disciplines such as history of science and philosophy of science. Although on occasion scholars in this field will dip into one or another social science, for the most part the field limits itself to the natural sciences. By religion it refers to two regions of religious thought.

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<a href="/book/religion-human-evolution-paleolithic-axial-age">Religion in Human Evolution: From...</a>
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