Monday, May 01, 2006


When Worlds Collide

Corvallis Gazette-Times: “If you ask most of the world’s religions how they feel about evolution, there’s no problem. Protestant fundamentalists, however, conflate science and religion. They see evolution and most of science as being on a collision course with their faith,” says Stevan Arnold, a leading evolutionary biologist at Oregon State University.

Arnold, a recipient of the 2005 F.A. Gilfillan Memorial Award for Distinguished Scholarship in Science is scheduled to present, “Intelligent Design and Evolutionary Biology: When Worlds Collide,” a lecture exploring the ongoing debate between evolution and theories of intelligent design.


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