Today’s featured entry from the Vatican Observatory Faith and Science pages:
“Religious Scientists” (click here for it)
The V.O. Faith and Science Pages have a growing list of entries on religious scientists. This section features some of the religious scientists who appear in different entries on the Faith and Science pages. Some of these scientists are well-known, others less so. Many are Catholic, many are not. Most are Christian, but some are not…. [click here to continue].
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