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Science and religion dialogue: why it matters, The
Author(s):Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
Format:born digital; digital moving image formats
Seen in terms of their long-range personal and cultural impacts, science and religion are the two most important forces in today's world. Science cannot teach us what we need most to know about either nature or culture: ...
Rolston, Holmes (Britannica)
Author(s):Turner, Darrell J.
Format:born digital; biographical sketches
The "father of environmental ethics" has spent his life in what he calls a lover's quarrel with science and religion. "I had to fight both theology and science to love nature," Rolston said when he was named the recipient ...
Genes, genesis and God Radio interview with Rachael Kohn (Radio National - Australia)
Author(s):Rolston, Holmes, 1932-; Kohn, Rachael; Kohn, Rachael
Format:born digital; digital audio formats
Science and religion are distinct, yet overlap. Biology finds "selfish genes" but also self-actualizing genes, defending their kind. Charles Birch, Australian biologist, celebrates life. Rolston's quarrels with both science ...