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Save the date for The Future of Science and Religion in a Globalizing World?

The 60th Anniversary Conference of The Institute on Religion in an Age of Science

August 2-9, 2014
Star Island, New Hampshire

Co-chairs Whitney Bauman and Karl E. Peters

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