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Dec. 30, 2013

Public’s Views on Human Evolution

Six-in-ten Americans say that “humans and other living things have evolved over time,” while a third reject the idea of evolution, saying that “humans and other living things have existed in their present form since the beginning of time.”

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Aug. 6, 2013

Living to 120 and Beyond: Americans’ Views on Aging, Medical Advances and Radical Life Extension

If new medical treatments could slow the aging process and allow people to live to age 120 and beyond, would you want to? Most Americans say “no” – they would not want a radically extended life span. But roughly two-thirds think that most other people would.

Aug. 6, 2013

Religious Leaders’ Views on Radical Life Extension

No religious group in the United States has released an official statement on radical life extension. However, here are brief summaries of how some clergy, bioethicists and other scholars from 18 major American religious groups say their traditions might approach this evolving issue.

Aug. 6, 2013

To Count Our Days: The Scientific and Ethical Dimensions of Radical Life Extension

The prospect of dying has always fascinated, haunted and, ultimately, defined human beings. From the beginnings of civilization, people have contemplated their own mortality – and considered the possibility of immortality.

Nov. 5, 2009

Religion and Science: A Timeline

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Nov. 5, 2009

Public Opinion on Religion and Science in the United States

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Nov. 5, 2009

An Overview of Religion and Science in the United States

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Nov. 5, 2009

Scientists and Belief

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May. 4, 2009

Religion and Science: Conflict or Harmony?

Apr. 16, 2009

Religious Groups’ Views on Global Warming