"I think science and religion have more in common than, perhaps, the popular perception suggests. On one hand we have science which deals with reason and fact. On the other hand we have religion which deals with faith. Science is an evolving proposition, and what we know [as fact] today will most certainly be reformed or maybe even replaced at some point in the future. So to think that science somehow provides the truth in contrast to religion, I think, is a mistake." — Paul Levinson, Ph.D at Fordham University.
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