In a recent article published in the online journal “Salon,” philosophy professor John Messerly claims that religion has a “smart-people problem” since the majority of scientists and philosopher don’t believe in God. Is this the case, and if so does it matter? Fr. Barron responds.
Atheism and Philosophy
by Bishop Robert BarronJanuary 26, 2015
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