To the extent that there really is a war on science, I would preferred more of a peace proposal than marching orders for one side.
the war on science
This is the “what then shall we do?” section. As with the rest of the book, it is sweeping and ambitious in scope.
[T]he material on climate science is important and worth framing in a broader context, and obviously Otto is correct that evangelicals question evolutionary biology in large numbers, but I’m not persuaded that Otto is as engaged with the the religious topics to make such strong assertions about religion.
Thanks to everyone who attended the video chat last week. It went so well, we’ll be doing it again next week (7/13 9pm EDT). Feel free to join even if you couldn’t come last week. And I’d particularly love to hear from philosophers and other humanities scholars who can comment on the postmodernism discussion. Welcome […]
A broader view of how science intersects with arts and culture might make it easier to defuse the titular conflict.