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The Friendship of Science and Religion

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19:00 – 21:00 14 Mar 2012
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Memorial Hall, St. Peter's School, York, YO30 6AB

Science and religion are friends because both are concerned with the search for truth attained through motivated belief.
They ask different questions (science, How?; religion, Why?) but their answers must be consonance and so there is interaction between them.
Science tells religion about the nature and history of the physical universe, including its evolving character, and religion can take the insights of science and set them within a deeper context of understanding, as when it sees the wonderful order of the universe as reflecting the divine Mind of its Creator.

Event type: Lecture/Talk
Organised by: St. Peter's School
Contact details: David Morris, Head of Physics
Tel: 01904 527422
Email: d.morris@st-peters.york.sch.uk

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Memorial Hall, St. Peter's School, York, YO30 6AB
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19:00 – 21:00 14 Mar 2012
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