Religion: Science v. Theology, 1960

There need be no conflict between science and religion, says British Biologist Julian Huxley, but there is a sharp conflict between science and Christian theology. "One is destined to replace the other," he argues, a century after the famed Darwinian tussle with religion in which his grandfather. Scientist T. H. Huxley, battled conspicuously on the opposite side of the angels.

Grandson Huxley (outspoken former Director-General of UNESCO, brother of Novelist Aldous) was invited by the London Observer to update the issue in a debate with the Rev. Dr. Eric Lionel Mascall of Christ Church,...

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