Do the methods of science exclude the supernatural in principle? Is "naturalism" in science a mask for materialistic philosophy? What counts as a satisfactory explanation in the sciences? Can the answers to these questions help the public to make sense of the controversy surrounding the teaching of evolution and intelligent design theory? Two philosophers - one a theist, the other a naturalist - discuss whether God is underemployed in science.
Dr. Austin Dacey (Center for Inquiry)
Dr. Paul A. Nelson (Biola University, Discovery Institute)
The Rev. Scotty McLennan (Stanford University)