Science and religion

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In knowledge, science and religion, or "religion and science", is a umbrella term referring to subject on the overlap of evidence-based knowledge and faith-based cultural belief systems.

Overview
In 1874, John Draper published History of the Conflict between Religion and Science. [2]

In 1896, Andrew White, stimulate in part by Draper’s book, published A History of the Warfare of Science with Theology in Christendom. [3]

In 2013, American physicist Max Tegmark, who claims he's "not religious", published a a religion and science survey of the religious belief distributions in American and the conflict of each with big bang cosmology and evolution theory: [1]

References
1. (a) Tegmark, Max and Chita-Tegmark, Meia. (2013). “The MIT Survey on Science, Religion and Origins: the Belief Gap” (Ѻ), Feb 11.
(b) Tegmark, Max. (2013). “Religion, Science and the Attack of the Angry Atheists” (Ѻ), Huffington Post, Apr 19.
2. (a) Draper, John. (1874). History of the Conflict between Religion and Science. D. Appleton, 1875.
(b) John William Draper – Wikipedia.
3. White, Andrew D. (1896). A History of the Warfare of Science with Theology in Christendom, Volume 1. MacMillan.

Further reading
● Lindberg, David C. and Numbers, Ronald L. (1986). God and Nature: Historical Essays on the Encounter between Christianity and Science. University of California Press.

See also
Science v. religion legal cases
Science vs religion debates
Science-religion controversy

External links
Relationship between science and religion – Wikipedia.

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