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Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Sci-Fi Author Sees No Essential S&R Hostility

"There are many, many examples of legitimate scientists who espouse some form of religious faith, so I don't see any essential hostility. I grew up in a community of church-going scientists and engineers. The recent science/religion fireworks are driven by a theological movement that is as controversial within Christianity as it is in secular culture," writer Neal Stephenson tells science fiction blog io9. Stephenson's latest novel, Anathem, which deals deeply with the relationship between science and religion on a future planet, hit the bookshelves yesterday.