Today’s featured entry from the Vatican Observatory Faith and Science pages:
“Interview with Eugene Selk for Creighton’s Center for Catholic thought” (CLICK HERE for it)
Dr. Eugene Selk of Creighton University’s Philosophy department discusses the relationship between the Catholic Church and modern science. Topics include the harmony of faith and reason, the Church’s conflict with Galileo, and the reasons so many people seem to think that they much choose between science and God. (CLICK HERE to continue).
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