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These are two 2015 blog posts from Scientific American, written by two authors who had a “debate” regarding Faith and Science. These posts are the top result returned by a “Bing” search for “faith and science”, and the third result returned by a “Google” search (as checked 9-5-2018). The two authors are John Horgan—who directs the Center for Science Writings at the Stevens Institute of Technology, who writes regularly for Scientific American, and who describes himself as “a lapsed Catholic turned psychedelic agnostic”—and John Lennox, an Oxford mathematician and a Christian, who has debated Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens, Michael Shermer and other prominent non-believers.
Click here for Horgan’s post entitled “Can Faith and Science Coexist?”, courtesy of Scientific American. Click here for Horgan’s post courtesy of The Stute (the student newspaper of Stevens Institute).
Click here for Lennox’s post entitled “Mathematician and Christian John Lennox Responds”, courtesy of Scientific American. Click here for Lennox’s post courtesy of The Stute.