Science and God: A Warming Trend?

  title={Science and God: A Warming Trend?},
  author={Gregg Easterbrook},
  pages={890 - 893}
Can rational inquiry and spiritual conviction be reconciled? Although some scientists contend that the two cannot coexist, others believe they have linked destinies. 

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