Science and Religion - Interpreting the Data

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Kennedy discusses data and interpretation in science. Science and Religion have a difficult time understanding the other. Science ignores the supernatural realm, but religion expects harmony because God is the Creator and the one who set up all the natural laws.

This paper was presented at the 13th Institute of Christian Teaching.  

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2008
Author:
M Elaine Kennedy
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Institute for Christian Teaching - General Conference Office of Education
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Institute for Christian Teaching Vol 13CC:305-312
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English
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Papers & Plans; Internet Resources
Resource Objective:
Professional Development / Training; Informal / Lifelong Learning
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Tertiary-Lifelong
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Teacher / Faculty, Student / Learner
Religious Origin:
Seventh-day Adventist