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← MUST WE ALWAYS CATER TO THE FAITHFUL WHEN TEACHING SCIENCE?

Muero's Avatar Jump to comment 24 by Muero

There's a major formatting error here:

"Furthermore, contrary to stereotype, one certainly doesn't have to be an atheist in order to become a scientist. A 2005 survey of scientists at top research universities found that more than 48% had a religious affiliation and more than 75% believe that religions convey important truths.2 Some scientists — like Francis Collins, former director of the National Human Genome Research Institute, and George Coyne, astronomer and priest — have been outspoken about the satisfaction they find in viewing the world through both a scientific lens and one of personal faith. "

This paragraph should be included in the quotation box above it. Originally this had me totally confused, until I clicked the link to the original article. Please fix this!

Wed, 01 Apr 2009 09:52:00 UTC | #342535