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University of Chicago evolutionary biologist Jerry Coyne says that dysfunction within American society promotes high levels of religious belief that in turn blocks general acceptance of evolutionary theories.
Harvard researchers exploring the roots of religion have found that intuitive thinking leads to belief in God, while more reflective thinking points toward atheism.
Authors offer perspective on finding meaning in a secular age, using literature as a lens through which to understand how people found solace in the past.
Biblical scholar Elaine Pagels visits Radcliffe, presenting a “mad dash” of fresh thinking on the New Testament’s Book of Revelation.
A leader in the field of Christian theology and ecofeminism explores the role of religion in combating global warming.