Anti-creationist Wins Templeton (Ir)religion Prize

“ ‘If they are properly understood, they cannot be in contradiction because science and religion concern different matters, and each is essential to human understanding,’ he said in remarks prepared for the acceptance ceremony.” $1.53 million

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It's classic irreligion because it sets limits on what religion is permitted to be "about." But what if the "religion" you believe in claims to be about everything? I don't think we can tell God "You are not permitted to reveal anything about the world You made. This is 'science' and is none of Your business." (!)

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