Does God and science contradict

“God and Science: Exploring the Relationship Between Religion and Scientific Inquiry”

Instructions: Strive to show the breadth, depth, and diversity of perspectives in your topic. In order to
do so, you will cite at least 5 outside sources; this should include 3 peer-reviewed
scholarly articles, and 2 sources of your choosing. At least 1 source should be used as a
counter-argument. Integrate source material smoothly and responsibly into your paper.
 Utilize credible sources based on academic standards—use the CRAAP test.
 Include an introduction leading up to a clear thesis statement (a claim) of your topic and
your position on the topic; your claim must be debatable.
 Focus on particular themes/topics that support your overarching thesis in the body of
your paper.
 Apply what you have learned this semester about effective rhetoric and critical thinking;
demonstrate awareness of ethos, pathos, logos, and kairos as you present your argument.
 Make sure to have an interesting title, a compelling hook, and concluding paragraphs that
keeps your readers thinking about your paper long after they’ve read it.
 Give the reader a take-away or something more to think about or do in your conclusion.
 Compose a 6-8 page paper (not including the Works Cited page)
 Include a Works Cited page. Remember that the Works Cited page and the Annotated
Bibliography are NOT the same – DO NOT simply copy and paste the annotated
bibliography to the end of your paper.
 Use MLA style and format.
 Write in a scholarly diction and tone; 3rd person ONLY – ABSOLUTELY NO 1st or 2nd
Tips for success:
 Use all available resources, including class readings, notes, discussion board posts, peer
feedback, and PPSC library databases.
 Integrate texts effectively with direct quotes and accurate paraphrasing.
 Develop strategic transitions, framing, and organization of ideas to serve your thesis.
 Use revision to continue controlling surface level features and documentation.
 Participate in the peer review workshop.
 Turn the document into the assignment box by the assigned date and time.
Glass, David, Science, God and Ockham’s razor. Philosophical Studies. May2017, Vol. 174 Issue 5, p1145-1161. 17p. This article explores the relationship between science, God, and Ockham’s razor, a principle suggesting that among competing hypotheses, the one with the fewest assumptions should be selected.
Roth, Nathan, The Dichotomy of Man: Religion vs. Science This source likely discusses the perceived conflict between religious beliefs and scientific understanding, exploring how individuals navigate these two domains.
PODURI, CHETAN DATTA, DESCRIPTION OF GOD(S) IS LITERALLY THE SAME IN RELIGION AND SCIENCE. Journal for the Study of Religions & Ideologies; Spring2022, Vol. 21 Issue 61, p61-80, 20p This article may argue that descriptions of God in religious and scientific contexts share fundamental similarities. 
Miłosz Hołda, Jacek Wojtysiak, Does Science Need God? A Theistic Argument from Science, Possibly presents an argument for the compatibility of science and theism, suggesting that scientific discoveries can support the existence of God. 
Мirko R. Dejić, Science in the Bible, Likely explores instances in the Bible that relate to scientific concepts or phenomena, examining the intersection between religious texts and scientific understanding.