Ronald Osborn on Faith, Science, and Foundationalism

In the latest IVP Academic Alert, David Congdon talks to  Ronald Osborn about his book Death Before the Fall: Biblical Literalism and the Problem of Animal Suffering, which includes this audacious claim by Osborn:

In both its fundamentalist and atheistic varieties, foundationalism rules out the possibility of an authentic dialogue between faith and science.

Now that would make a great essay question for a science and religion or intro to philosophy course!

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