I would like to let you know the scientific work of Gregory Graffin Bad religion’s singer. Gregory Graffin is Ph.D. at Cornell University , has lectured courses in life sciences and paleontology at the University of California, Los Angeles and he received Harvard Secular Society’s "Outstanding Lifetime Achievement Award in Cultural Humanism*" in 2008.
The conclusion is that:
"Only 10 percent of the eminent evolutionary scientists who answered the poll saw an inevitable conflict between religion and evolution. The great majority see no conflict between religion and evolution, not because they occupy different, noncompeting magisteria, but because they see religion as a natural product of human evolution. Sociologists and cultural anthropologists, in contrast, tend toward the hypothesis that cultural change alone produced religions, minus evolutionary change in humans. The eminent evolutionists who participated in this poll reject the basic tenets of religion, such as gods, life after death, incorporeal spirits or the supernatural. Yet they still hold a compatible view of religion and evolution."
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