Philosophy Talk | 140: Faith, Reason, and Science

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140: Faith, Reason, and Science

by Philosophy Talk

Does faith obscure reason or does reason obscure faith?
Genre: Spoken Word: Educational
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1. 140: Faith, Reason, and Science (feat. Nancey Murphy)
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Does faith obscure reason? Does reason obscure faith? Or perhaps their subject matters are different. Faith might address one area of our lives and reason and science another. Faith may allow us to see meaning, values, and God, while reason sees everything else, whatever that may be. Or perhaps faith and reason are fundamentally intertwined. Is faith void of reason? Is it irrational to be faithful? Are science and rationality void of faith? John and Ken welcome Nancey Murphy, author of Did My Neurons Make Me Do It?: Philosophical and Neurobiological Perspectives on Moral Responsibility and Free Will, to explore the meaning of faith and the place of faith and reason in religion, scientific practice, and our knowledge of ourselves and the world around us.


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