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Artículo sobre conflictos en ciencia y fe en Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith
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"Science and Christianity Conflicts: Real and Contrived"
Pablo de Felipe and Malcolm A. Jeeves
Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith 69 (3):181-147
One typical "knee jer" answer to the question, "What is the relation between science and religion?" is, "There is a conflict." The roots of this widely held response go deep. It is easy to select historical examples to justify it and arrive at a narrative in which religion (and here we study, in particular, Christianity) is driven into permanent retreat by science. However, using a different set of historical examples, it can be argued that, at times, Christianity, under the guise of a foe, did the work of a friend for science. The conclusion of a wealth of historical information is that a "conflict-retreat" portrayal of science-religion relations tells only part of a story that, in fact, is much more complex.