Dr. Francisco Ayala believes that God created the world and evolution took over afterwards. Ayala brings together religion and science, and he was awarded with the Templeton Prize for his beliefs.
on 03/27/2010 – Made popular on 03/27/2010
Biologist and former Catholic priest Francisco J. Ayala has been honored with the Templeton Prize for his work in affirming spirituality. Ayala believes that God created the world and evolution took over afterwards.
Written by: William Atkins | Published in: UNI-verseBill Nye the Science Guy has been in the news lately talking about religion and science. He says he is not attacking religion, only wanting religious people with creationist views to let their children decide for themselves. What should we take from his words?
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