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Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Watch a Christian Physicist "Save Darwin"

Check out the clips of Michael Shermer interviewing Karl Giberson (editor-at-large of Science & Religion Today) at The Harvard Club in New York last week. The two talk about Giberson's new book Saving Darwin, whether Christianity is compatible with evolution, and the spiritual implications of science. While Giberson is a physicist and a firm believer in evolution, "I think it's very important to acknowledge that there are loads and loads of things that are eminently worth believing that are not the conclusions of scientific arguments," he says. "If the only thing that we're going to be allowed to believe is something that comes at the end of a scientific argument, then we're going to have a very emaciated worldview."

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dr. Giberson. I wish you had been asked how as a person of integrity you can teach at a school sponsored by the Nazarene Church whose leaership believes that Adam was an historical perssonage. It is something that I have wondered also

duwayne said...

Dr Giberson. I wish you had been asked how as a person of integrity you can teach at a school sponsored by the Nazarene Church whose leadership I am sure believe that Adam was an historica person

Anonymous said...

Great interview, Karl!

Tom

Rico said...

Yeah!