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Science vs. Religion

A 400 year old battle to define truth.


Can either discpline show us the entire picture?

Will there always be holes in our understanding?

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Can Science & Religion function together?

Are they really as contradictory as they seem?

Is there more common ground than we realize?

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What would we learn if they could?

 

 

Integrating Science & Spirituality

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The Downsides of “Good Stuff” – What Can This Teach Us?

I read some shocking news recently about the rising epidemics of compulsive hoarding and obesity, and I wondered – are these related? It is hard to dispute the significant benefits of material and technological advancement and convenience. In much of the world today there is an abundant supply of relatively cheap and high quality food, […]

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My Big TOE – a Personal Lens to Knowledge Acquisition

My nephew Cody and his wife Natalie began a food blog called the Gantzery about a year ago focused on healthy and nutritious recipes, but with a strong personal flavor. It often contains interesting philosophical remarks. This week, these remarks asked about one’s “personal lens” in how we approach the world in the search for […]

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George Gantz to present “The Empirical Standard for Knowing – Faith Misplaced” at the 2016 IRAS Conference

The IRAS (Institute on Religion in an Age of Science) Conferences have been held at Star Island, New Hampshire, since 1954. The 2016 Conference title is “How Can We Know? Co-creating Knowledge in Perilous Times”, and George Gantz has been selected to present a paper on “The Empirical Standard for Knowing – Faith Misplaced.” His […]

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