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This is a place to discuss the relationship between science and religion in general, as well as specific scientific topics and their relationship to religious doctrine. The emphasis will be mainly, but not exclusively, on Baha'i teachings.
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HOW RELIGION ENRICHES A S...
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Is the "big bang" compati...
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Why Mommy? Why? or The Ex...
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A place for short quotes on science, religion, and their combination.
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Galileo
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by Iain Palin
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Existential Threat
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It's Just a Theory
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