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Evolution of mutual respect

Science, religion rift is less polarized here

By Carolyn Y. Johnson
Globe Staff / February 23, 2006

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In a small basement room in Brockton's Unitarian Universalist Church recently, a half-dozen people squinted at charts diagramming the genetic differences between people and apes. At Hingham Congregational Church last week, a discussion group grappled with the arguments behind intelligent design. Meanwhile, in a classroom at Eastern Nazarene College in Quincy, students are being taught that religion and science are ... (Full article: 1197 words)

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