3pg mininum, due by 12/7/2015 3pm.
must choose 2 out of the following topics.
http://web.csulb.edu/~plowentr/rst391page.html [this is the class webpage]
It is sometimes said today that religion and science are mutually exclusive — that the assumptions of one entail a fundamental denial of those of the other. Is this true? Was it true in the past?
In answering this question, consider the following: Barbour's four ways of relating religion and science; the relationship of science and religion in past centuries, as well as in our own; the respective methods of the sciences and religion; Teilhard's 20th century attempt to unify the sciences and religion; the new physics and religion; the processes of secularization and the notions of “displacement” and “reenchantment” presented in class; the assigned readings; course media presentations..
Posted: 4 years agoDue: 07/12/2015Budget: $25