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Which Requires more Faith, Science or Religion?
by Thomas Frey, Dec 15, 2013
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On November 24, 2013, the question, "Which requires more faith, science or religion?" was posted by Futurist Thomas Frey – Executive Director, DaVinci Institute, on the LinkedIn Group "Writers Hangout" as it related to the following article that appeared in Slate Magazine titled, "Scientists have no faith in science."

The following is a compilation of the conversational thread that took place over a 2-week period as a result of this question. The comments have been formatted to improve readability, but have not been edited.

There are over 7,200 people who participate in this forum, most of whom are writers from around the world with widely varying backgrounds and perspectives.

Here’s the original article, with comments to follow: http://www.impactlab.net/2013/11/18/scientists-have-no-faith-in-science/

URL: http://www.wnrf.org/cms/morefaith.shtml

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