April 22nd, 2010 05:48 PM
Archaeology, Evolution, and Christianity.
A professor of mine showed me this article. Let me know what you guys think. Here's a taste.
"But I propose that total hostility to religious views of nature in science is unreasonable, especially for the modern historical sciences. Despite their pretensions to a religious objectivity, practitioners unconsciously retain or incorporate into their workings many Judaeo-Christian cosmological concepts, especially concerning time, and implicitly employ them in their day to day work of observation and theory building. In this sense, modern evolutionists share some intellectual territory with their Fundamentalist Christian antagonists."