Martin Luther King: Science Advocate

@livingarchitect, Rachel Armstrong, passes along this great piece. It is a wonderful reminder of why reason & faith should not be seen as mutually exclusive. And captures some real insights on how an mindfully open science that is divorced from an openminded religion leads to a lot of dead ends, some of them quite literal rather than just metaphoric.

Martin Luther King: Science Advocate.

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