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WWL: Krista Tippett
Where We Live - with John Dankosky
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04/02/2010
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"If God is God, we cannot be afraid of what we can learn with the remarkable three-pound brain."

 

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*Today's program originally aired on 3/10/10

“The science-religion debate is unwinnable, and it has led us astray.” Those are the words of Krista Tippett, from her new book Einstein’s God. Tippett is the creator and host of Speaking of Faith, the public radio show about belief, meaning, ethics, and ideas from American Public Media. She writes, “Both science and religion are set to animate the twenty-first century with new vigor. This will happen whether their practitioners are in dialogue or not.”

Tippett joins us today to talk about her book, her show, and some of her favorite conversations that bring scientific and religious questions into concert with each other.

What did Einstein mean when he said God does not play dice with the universe? If we’re all ruled by the laws of physics, is there such a thing as free will? Did Darwin believe in God?

Join the conversation.  Leave your questions for Krista Tippett below.

*Krista will be here in Connecticut at the Shubert Theater in New Haven on April 8th. She’s coming to the WNPR listening area for a conversation with you—For more information and tickets, click here.


 
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Question for Krista Tippett

I'm reading, The Great Emergence, How Christianity is Changing and Why by Phyllis Tickle, and if Ms. Tippett has by chance read the book, I would like to have her feedback. I'm finding the book to be fairly interesting.

Thanks,

Tom Tibbatts