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Science, Religion and Technology by Lloyd Geering (1985)
|For more than a century science and religion seem to have been in conflict. Lloyd Geering shows how that conflict can be largely resolved by a better understanding of their respective functions and values, which then enables them to be seen as complementary to each other.|
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