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Faith and Science 2008

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Bill Blakemore, Lorenzo Albacate, Nina Azari, Paul Bloom and Bill Phillips discuss prominent clashes — both historical and contemporary — have led to the widely held conclusion that science and religion are fundamentally incompatible. Yet, many scientists practice a traditional faith, having found a way to accommodate both scientific inquiry and religious teaching in their belief system. Other scientists are bringing science to bear on the phenomenon of religion and spiritual belief — neuroscientists are studying what happens in the brain during religious experiences, while anthropologists are investigating how religion is linked to cooperation and community. This program provided an intimate look at what scientists have to say about their religious beliefs and what might be revealed by scientific studies of spirituality.

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Participants: Lorenzo Albacete, Nina Azari, Paul Bloom, William Phillips
Original Program Date: May 31, 2008

Bill Blakemore Introduction 00:29

Participant Introductions 06:36

The facts about God 12:40

What happens in the brain when we think about religion? 15:37

Bill Phillips defines faith 26:54

The God question is an intellectual and conceptual problem 37:20

FMRI shows the experience of religion. 53:30

Atheists and theist agree 01:03:16
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