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The World’s Muslims: Religion, Politics and Society
The conflict thesis is a historiographical approach in the history of science that originated in the 19th century which maintains that there is an intrinsic intellectual conflict between religion and science and that it inevitably leads to hostility. Historians of science have long ago rejected the thesis     and have instead widely accepted a complexity thesis. In the s, the relationship between religion and science became an actual formal topic of discourse, while before this no one had pitted science against religion or vice versa, though occasional interactions had occurred in the past. Draper had been the speaker in the British Association meeting of which led to the famous confrontation between Bishop Samuel Wilberforce and Thomas Henry Huxley over Darwinism , and in America "the religious controversy over biological evolution reached its most critical stages in the late s". The history of Science is not a mere record of isolated discoveries; it is a narrative of the conflict of two contending powers, the expansive force of the human intellect on one side, and the compression arising from traditionary faith and human interests on the other. In all modern history, interference with science in the supposed interest of religion, no matter how conscientious such interference may have been, has resulted in the direst evils both to religion and to science—and invariably. And, on the other hand, all untrammeled scientific investigation, no matter how dangerous to religion some of its stages may have seemed, for the time, to be, has invariably resulted in the highest good of religion and of science.
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Evolution Resources at the National Academies
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Also I have included a powerpoint I used at the end of the lesson to recap main points and an info worksheet so all children would have info on all 6 religions not just the one they researched. As dictated by the NC Standard Course of Student, in sixth grade social studies we take an historical approach to the five major world religions. For this religions of the world worksheet, students read facts pertaining to Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, and Hinduism on the graphic organizer.
The relationship between religion and science is the subject of continued debate in philosophy and theology. To what extent are religion and science compatible? Are religious beliefs sometimes conducive to science, or do they inevitably pose obstacles to scientific inquiry?