Science in Search of God

Science in Search of God

Science in Search of God

Science in Search of God

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Early in 1924 I was requested by a group of students in Denison University, where I was at that time Professor of Geology, to lead a series of discussions concerning Science and Religion. The controversy between "Fundamentalism" and "Modernism" was then waxing warm and many young people were awakening to a consciousness of the new light which the scientific habit of mind was throwing upon the foundations of religious beliefs. In the years that followed, other groups of students at other colleges, at summer conferences and elsewhere, have similarly indicated their deep desire to cut away the husks of traditional doctrines to discover if possible the kernel of truth which may serve as a truly satisfactory basis for their philosophies of life. As a rule the atmosphere at such student gatherings was quite in contrast . . .

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