Fulsome accommodationism in the journal Nature

Couldn’t put it better.

Why Evolution Is True

I don’t know what’s going on with Science and Nature—perhaps the two most prestigious science journals in the world—but both are increasingly catering, if not pandering, to religion. Science and its sponsoring organization the AAAS have a program, funded by Templeton, to increase dialogue between science and religion, and the AAAS has faith-themed events at its annual meeting. Nature publishges editorials and pieces speaking positively about religion, claiming that science and religion both depend on “faith”, and arguing that science and religion are compatible (see here and here, for example).

Now Nature has jumped the shark even farther with a new article by Kathryn Prichard, who works for the Church of England, called “Religion and science can have a true dialogue.” This short piece is still too long, for Prichard simply claims that science and religion can have a fruitful dialogue because religious people are avid followers of—indeed, are hungering for—science…

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2 comments on “Fulsome accommodationism in the journal Nature

  1. Garrick Sturgill says:

    Controlling thought comes to mind. And yes I read all of the conspiracy opinions. But I do still think for myself. I bought your book computing with quantum cats at the Shakespeare and company in paris. Thank you for this book. About 3 months ago I toured qwave in Vancouver. In your opinion is that a real quantum computer? And if so do you think that it computes in a higher realm or lower?

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