articles tagged: templeton foundation
the upstanding templeton fellows proudly meow
# science

the upstanding templeton fellows proudly meow

Templeton fellows keep making grand speeches promising to connect faith and science and failing miserably.

francisco ayala, the master of the dodge
# science

francisco ayala, the master of the dodge

Ayala shows us that the accommodationist ruse only works as long as no one can pin down your concrete views on where belief ends and science begins.

looking for gods in the quantum mesh
# science

looking for gods in the quantum mesh

John Polkinghorne managed to create a version of God that's both truly omnipresent and omniscient, and almost entirely powerless and irrelevant.

templeton to nas: you will be assimilated
# politics

templeton to nas: you will be assimilated

Templeton sends a not so subtle signal to the National Academy of Sciences that they intend to keep spreading their tentacles deeper and deeper into all public discourse about science.

say it loud, accommodationist and proud?
# science

say it loud, accommodationist and proud?

Michael Ruse seems to be angling for some of that sweet, sweet Templeton money by talking out of both sides of his mouth. But mostly the side that slams science and atheists...

templeton takes science writers for a ride…
# science

templeton takes science writers for a ride…

Chris Mooney has effectively allowed the Templeton Foundation to bribe him not to write anything negative about religious zealotry or over-reach.

templeton’s search for religious inspiration
# science

templeton’s search for religious inspiration

Like a dog trying to mark every tree, the Templeton Foundation is trying to mark every scientific breakthrough as being motivated entirely by religion.