Science is Not Enough

“The sickness of modern man is caused by the imbalance of a strong science and a terribly weak religion, great power but no control.”

On February 25, 1962 #RabbiOlan preached on science and religion. Just five days prior to this broadcast, John Glenn became the first American to orbit the earth. The possibilities of science and technology seemed limitless.

What role can religion play today? What kind of faith makes sense in a scientific age? Can science and religion work together to bring out the best in both? Tune in (or read on) for some thought-provoking analysis.

“The most revolutionary fact about modern science is that it unveils for us a universe of growth and potential purpose towards a goal. The new science supports the basic function of religion – indeed it helps in the search for the meaning of existence.”

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