Atheists, Humanists and Agnostics debate UW Badger Catholic on science, religion among other topics

Two groups healthily discussed relationship of religion to issues such as feminism, science
In an effort to spur healthy debate between students of different beliefs, University of Wisconsin’s Badger Catholic organization and the Atheists, Humanists and Agnostics club battled it out Tuesday on topics like science and feminism.

Among the prompts was whether science can be compatible with religion. Both Badger Catholic and AHA agreed the two are compatible, but with certain conditions.

Davis Pratt, a UW mathematics graduate student and a member of AHA, said religion and science “butt heads” when there’s contradiction.

But, Tom Dobbins, a Badger Catholic representative and engineering graduate student, said religion has greatly helped science in the past.
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