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Exploring The Real 'Conflict': Science Vs. Naturalism

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Exploring The Real 'Conflict': Science Vs. Naturalism

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Philosopher Alvin Plantinga, a professor emeritus at the University of Notre Dame, is the author of Where The Conflict Really Lies. Matt Cashore /Oxford University Press hide caption

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Philosopher Alvin Plantinga, a professor emeritus at the University of Notre Dame, is the author of Where The Conflict Really Lies.

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Whether it's creationism vs. evolution, miracles vs. magic tricks, or faith vs. fact, religion and science have long been pitted against one another.

But in his latest book, Where the Conflict Really Lies, philosopher Alvin Plantinga argues that religion and science share more common ground than you might think. He discusses the book with NPR's Rachel Martin.

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