Jerry A. Coyne is not one to pull punches. A professor in the Department of Ecology and Evolution at the University of Chicago, Coyne is an ardent defender of evolution and an equally ardent opponent of any “friendship” between science and religion. In today’s edition of USA Today, Coyne once again makes that point most emphatically.
In “Science and Religion Aren’t Friends,” Coyne argues that the worldviews of science and religion are irreconcilable. While he frames his argument in terms of religion in general, his specific reference is Christianity. Science and faith, he insists, are based on irreconcilable ways of understanding the universe….
Continue Reading on www.albertmohler.com