This is the title of an article that is up today at NPR. The author avoids the problem that we addressed in class: that science and religion must be in conflict with one another, and takes another approach instead. He says,
"The problem seems to be related to the age-old God-of-the-Gaps agenda, that the more we understand of the world the less room there is for a creator God. This is bad theology, as it links belief to the development of science."
What do you think about this?