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Prayer and Pain – A 1500 Year-Old Mystery

Dr. Sue Sheridan, a Professor of Anthropology at the University of Notre Dame, sheds light on how monks prayed 1500…
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Racism – Can We Use Science to Fight It?

Dr. Joseph Graves, Professor of Biological Science at North Carolina AT&T State University, has spent his life studying genetics and…
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Why Do We Get Hung Up on the Word ‘Theory’ of Darwin’s Theory?

Dr. David Go is a Professor of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering at the University of Notre Dame, and has noticed…
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Can You Solve Physics Problems With Your Dreams?

Dr. James Gates, Director of the Brown Theoretical Physics Center, encountered an unsolvable problem in physics called the Unequal Force…
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Should Religion Have a Place in Conversations About Science?

Dr. Guy Consolmagno, also known as the ‘Pope’s Astronomer,’ is both a scientist who studies the cosmos but also a…
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Evolution & Religion – Are We Asking the Wrong Questions?

Dr. Sean Carroll, a Professor of genetics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, talks about the discourse of evolution and religion.
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Can Genetics Change How We View Race?

Dr. Jada Benn-Torres is a researcher and Professor of Anthropology at Vanderbilt University, where she is leading a team to…
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Humility—Can it Exist in Science?

Humility—what role does it play in science? What can scientists learn from religion? Dr. Agustin Fuentes, a Professor of Anthropology…
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Engaging Scientists in the Science and Religion Dialogue Final Report

Release of the final report for the Engaging Scientists in the Science and Religion Dialogue project (2016-2021).
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How To Strengthen Our Connections to the Natural World

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How can people strengthen their connections to natural world? That was the question addressed during the 2021 December Dialogues with…