Falling Stereotypes Open Up Paths to Cooperation Among Science, Religion

We live in an age when a presumed irrevocable gulf between science and religion is perpetuated in the public sphere. This is in part fueled by celebrity scientists such as Richard Dawkins, who capture disproportionate media attention for provocative denunciations of religion “as an active and pernicious charlatan.” But new evidence is emerging that reveals a far more complex picture of the relationship between these powerful social forces.

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