Science and Religion Streamed to Your Computer

Last week I caught some of the talks at this year’s Dwight H. Terry Lecture at Yale. The lectures are in their hundredth year, and this time around the topic was “The Religion and Science Debate: Why Does It Continue?” The speakers include Ken MIller, talking about his experience at the Dover intelligent design trial, and Ronald Numbers of the University of Wisconsin, the leading historian of the anti-evolution movement in the U.S. (I’ll be writing an introduction to the volume that comes out of the lectures.)

If you’re interested, you can watch videos of the lectures now, here.

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