Tuesday, 26 March 2013


We hear a lot in the media about the decline of religion and the rise of the “nones”—people who check the box next to “none” under “religion” in census forms. Despite this trend, a professor of religion recently made the argument at a Binghamton University lecture that science cannot replace religion, because religion provides humans with a moral framework which science cannot. We should consider if we need religion to be good people, or can we be good without it?

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