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An Astronomer's View of Christianity and Science

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An Astronomer's View of Christianity and Science

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An Astronomer's View of Christianity and Science

An Astronomer's View of Christianity and Science

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Owen Gingerich, a professor of astronomy at Harvard University and senior astronomer at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, discusses the role of evolution and the creationist movement called Intelligent Design. Gingerich, a Christian, says he has a problem with Intelligent Design taught as an alternative to evolution.

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