Religion: Huxley Ends a Truce

The days of Darwin when the church attacked the teachings of science are long since past, but last week the old argument was revived—this time by Julian Huxley, grandson of Darwin's great interpreter Thomas Huxley.

The truce between religion and science has been based on the assumption of both most churchmen and most scientists that religion and science are separate realms, that the truth of God and the truth of the scientific world are complementary. Last spring FORTUNE published four philosophical articles by four learned professors,*all of them expounding this view in one form...

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