Cosmologics is a space for new and insightful conversations aimed at understanding the interactions of science and religion. We view science and religion not only as ways of thinking, but as practices, languages, and sources of authority. The writing in Cosmologics moves beyond polemics in favor of one or the other and instead encounters each concept anew through the lenses of race, gender, and inequality. By shifting the discussion on science and religion, we intend to rethink the past, critique the present, and imagine new and promising futures.
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