Knowledge as Explanandum: Disentangling Lay and Professional Perspectives on Science and Religion

@article{Kaden2018KnowledgeAE,
  title={Knowledge as Explanandum: Disentangling Lay and Professional Perspectives on Science and Religion},
  author={Tom Kaden and S. H. Jones and R. Catto and F. Elsdon-Baker},
  journal={Studies in Religion/Sciences Religieuses},
  year={2018},
  volume={47},
  pages={500 - 521}
}
  • Tom Kaden, S. H. Jones, +1 author F. Elsdon-Baker
  • Published 2018
  • Sociology
  • Studies in Religion/Sciences Religieuses
  • Issues pertaining to the relationship between science and religion, like creationism, Intelligent Design, and New Atheism, are increasingly the focus of social scientific research. This research often does not differentiate clearly between different kinds of social actors. At the most basic level, professional developers and distributors of systems of thought that deal with the relationship between science and religion, and laypeople who take up this knowledge, or parts of it, must be… CONTINUE READING
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