Religion: Faith & the Scientist

"I see no conflict between science and religion," Geneticist George Beadle told a gathering of Christian laymen in Chicago recently. "The answer to the question of creation still remains in the realm of faith. In early Biblical times . . . it was believed as a matter of faith that man was created as man. Since then, science has led us back through a sequence of evolutionary events in such a way that there is no logical place to stop . . . until we come to a primeval universe made of hydrogen. But then we ask, 'Whence came the hydrogen?'...

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