That free Scientific American issue also contains a dialog between two scientists on faith, religion and the scientific community. Laurence M. Krauss and Richard Dawkins discuss their different views on engaging in “seducing” people of faith. (“Teaching is seduction.” “No one appreciates a dishonest seducer.”)
Gentlemen, the main point you should understand is that those of us of faith believe that science lets us understand what is – not what we should do or why.
Oh, well, at least you agree that there’s a difference between right and wrong. We can begin our conversation, from this common ground.
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