I think they're at odds with each other, though I come from the point of view of great respect for science and a complete loss of respect for religion. At least the Gideons aren't pushy.
I'm not sure what the answer is to that question, but one of my doctors (a surgeon) is a devout Catholic. I also used to work in the Physics Department at FSU and most of the professors I worked with were nuclear physicists. Some were religious and some were not.
Religion under the shadow on science!
I'd like to think that a stealth Gideon person slipped that in under the radar. I'm a heck of a lot more comfortable if the office is secular...though if the doc quietly recruits his or her God to be on her/his side I'm not opposed to reinforcements.
They can co-exist----if we want them to. MB
Oh you know the answer to that one...
They both sit together comfortably in your photo ;-)
Maybe the answer depends on which religion and which science we're talking about. If the religion believes all science is a bunch a hooey, and the science states all religion is man-made hogwash, I predict conflict.
Depends upon your point of view!
I think there was a lot of deep thinking going on in that waiting room.
I think William sums up my feelings on the subject too! You are really posing a very deep question!
As long as they have an open mind I don't care what they believe.
I'm not touching this one . . .
Was this the only religious book in the waiting room?
A Bible in a medical office? This is new to me.I'm back after almost a month blog break. Hope everything is OK with Lois Anne and you.
I think they can co-exist. But you have to be willing to accept things from both sides.
Both. :)I am a Libra, after all... which is hogwash, of course. Or is it?
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