Can Scientists and Religious Leaders See Eye to Eye?

Can Scientists and Religious Leaders See Eye to Eye?

46 thoughts on “Can Scientists and Religious Leaders See Eye to Eye?

  1. Middle Ground is back!! Thanks everyone for watching this highly requested episode. As always, we are not saying science and religion necessarily have to exclude each other – there are religious scientists out there! Instead, we are exploring two sides that society often pits against each other in hopes of finding middle ground #radicalempathy. Let us know in the comments below what future episodes you'd like to see!

  2. I'm LDS and I just want to say. It makes everything make sense. And both scientists and religious people hate us.

  3. scientists: "science can't explain morals"
    narrator:"is there anything that your beliefs can't explain?
    scientists: nah

  4. Science can answer moral questions…Surprised none of these people have thought about it like some others have.

  5. With Jesus there is no middle ground. Deny yourself, pick up your cross and follow Jesus. Every other religion is man based and tries to find a way to God by works.

  6. Science and religion don't have to be at odds. Unfortunately tho, many religious orders have set it up that way, and as a result, there's been a prevailing negative view of any religion within the scientific community. I say this as both a scientist and a person of faith.

  7. I'm glad we all understand that the lady is not a true rabbi. Now let's move on with our day. 🙂

    (Or move on with your 2am, like me)

  8. cause you know for a fact science cant answer that question and what happens, is alex james searer right

  9. let me ask you this what, and when and how and the reason you people as a group will not do a ouija board, why will some of you say or all of you say no to this

  10. Man, all of these conversations are just far too reasonable. I need some crazy militant people there screaming at each other at least once in a while.

  11. If you destroyed all religious texts. New religions would be born. If we did that to science we would have the same stuff. It just shows that religion is incredible.

  12. Science will always come on top because it's TRUE.
    You can't put your trust in some children's old stories people call "god".

  13. They should have switched the "rabbi " for an Islamic scholar then we'd have a better conversation

  14. yall should have brought in scientists who are supporters of intelligent design bc they believe science and religion go hand in hand instead of against each other

  15. Religion is a coping mechanism created by humans to deal with all the horrors of the world, especially back then when people died all the time

  16. The Jewish religion believes that there is a God. So how does this “rabbi” believe that there isn’t

  17. I'm a Catholic seminarian studying to become a Catholic priest. I've a lot of agnostic and atheist friends and I've never had a problem with them. It all lies on respect.

  18. They needed better people! more intellectual people! There is proof of things beyond this physical world and living on. ofc not as humans that wasnt the question they just didnt want to agree.

  19. They should do this one again with better scientists. How about a theoretical physicist and a neuroscientist

  20. According to the Pope your pets do go to heaven especially dogs not cats tho lol . All dogs go to heaven

  21. "Are there things my beliefes cannot explaine"- The fact that no scientist got in to the circle shows how high they think of them selves. Of course there are things sciens can´t explaine and most of the common believes are just theorys, that will get debunked in at least hundret years.

  22. I've never met a Buddhist monk, but when I have seen them they all seemed so detached from humanity and regular everyday life, but I think this one proved me wrong.

  23. I need Gyokei and the pastor in my life. I like to spend the day with them talking about philosophy. The scientists are also level headed. My least favorite is the new age Rabbi.

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