The speaker maintains that one does not have to be a scientist to have a genuine interest in science. Nor does one does not have to be an academic or theologian to have an interest in religion. In fact, it is very natural for most human beings to have an interest in these two areas, not necessarily in a professional capacity, but in the sense of asking basic questions about life and the world we live in. We normally think of science and religion as completely separate realms of inquiry, and in the academic or professional world this may be true. But if our interest in these areas represents two aspects of our human nature, is the dividing line between science and religion as hard and fast as we believe it to be? Is it possible to reconcile science and religion? Is communication between these two areas of inquiry even possible? 4 CDs. 1988. 167 minutes.