Today’s featured entry from the Vatican Observatory Faith and Science pages:
“Common Questions: Society of Catholic Scientists” (CLICK HERE for it)
A list of sixteen common questions related to religion and science, ranging from “Doesn’t the Book of Genesis contradict the Big Bang and Evolution?” to “Doesn’t the vast size of the universe show that humanity doesn’t matter in the cosmic scheme?” Answers not only look at current sources but also historical sources to show how ideas have, and have not, changed over time. (CLICK HERE to continue).
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