Letters: Dec. 4, 2006

When Worldviews Collide

Can theories of evolution coexist with theological ideals revered for centuries? Discussion between Oxford atheist Richard Dawkins and Christian genome pioneer Francis Collins provided a platform for opposing views. Many readers believed there's room for both ideas and lauded such an open talk

The "God vs. Science" debate between Richard Dawkins and Francis Collins was fascinating [Nov. 13]. The arguments on both sides of the issue, however, are irrefutable because, in the last analysis, they are subjective. Trying to prove one side or the other results in a never-ending battle of words that makes reconciliation and progress impossible. It's...

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