January 30, 2017

Religion, Science and Evolutionary Theory

science-religionScience and evolution in Muslim societies is a complicated topic. Among the public, what does evolution mean? Whats does evolution stand for? Is there a ‘Muslim view’ on evolution? In this podcast, Stephen Jones interviews Salman Hameed about recent research on Muslim perceptions of science and evolution.

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1 reply to “Religion, Science and Evolutionary Theory

  1. Matthew Niemi

    This was fantastic! One of my favorite RSP podcasts to date! Dr. Hameed brings together scientific thinking with love of humanity and love of wonder that make for the perfect Humanities scholar!

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