In a recent Sociological survey recorded by the Faraday Institute, Professor Elaine Ecklund reported something fascinating; a collection of scientists who naturally accept religion, as well as scientific inquiry. There seems to be little divide between the two for them.
This seems contrary to much of the Scientific debate going on today, and the cultural sense that many have about the idea that these two ideas are universally divided.
Surprising results came out of this survey, including a minute amount of individuals who were outwardly against religion and spirituality.
Does this destroy the assumption tha that religion and science need to be separated? Not exactly. However, it does prove that there doesn’t seem to be a naturally produced divide that comes from scientific/religious education.
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