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Fundamentalism by Any Other Name


In a column titled, “Teaching intelligent design is akin to teaching Holocaust revisionism,” in the October 4, 2002, Providence Journal, Alexander Rose expresses the “naïve” belief that “faith and reason can co-exist.” This belief is not only correct, but also not naïve. Only the erroneous context in which he states it makes it seem so.

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09/30/02 Time Has Told Me (Religion)

09/23/02 Inspecting the Inspector and Making the Case, Part 2 (Iraq)

09/16/02 Inspecting the Inspector and Making the Case, Part 1 (Iraq)

09/09/02 The Heart Is Always More (Society)

09/02/02 Meetings on the Road, III: Inexplicable Carvings (Religion)

08/26/02 Address the Scandal Thoroughly, but Quickly (Religion)

08/19/02 But Still... Media Evidence Against Steven Hatfill (Media)

08/12/02 A Conversion... of Sorts (Religion)

08/05/02 A Bright Future for Revolution, Part 3 (Technology)

07/29/02 Money and Politics: So What’s the Point? (Economics)

07/22/02 Quantum Morality (Religion)

07/15/02 In Cahoots (Life)

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