On the Edge of Promise and Misuse: Contemporary Dialogue between Science and Religion

Małgorzata Głódź

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/ths.1993.004


In the present paper, the scope of my interests will be limited to the „cognitive aspect” of the science-religion relations. Consequently my aim here is not to analyse the interaction of science and religion through, for instance, moral issues created by modern genetic engineering. With the help of a few examples, placed within the proposed systematizing scheme, I will point out at some delicate problems in which theological statements concerning contemporary scientific achievements is involved.


science; religion; promise; misuse

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