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Charles M. Wynn Sr.

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Charles M. Wynn Sr. is professor of chemistry at Eastern Connecticut State University. He is coauthor of a science quartet:The Five Biggest Ideas in Science, Quantum Leaps in the Wrong Direction: Where Real Science Ends and Pseudoscience Begins,The Five Biggest Unsolved Problems in Science, and And God said, “Let there be evolution!”: Reconciling the Book of Genesis, the Qur’an, and the Theory of Evolution. He is a recipient of the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry Skeptic’s Toolbox “In the Trenches” award.

Scientific Methodology and Its Religious Parallels

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 38.4, July/August 2014

Science and Religion
Scientific Methodology and Its Religious Parallels

If religious believers had a better understanding of scientific methodology and nonbelievers had a better understanding of its parallels with religion, they could have more meaningful discussions with each other.

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