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The March for Science Is Willing to Get Political. But Will It Welcome Religion?

How evangelical scientists square their place in the global movement. Hundreds of thousands of researchers, educators, and doctors will take to the streets tomorrow, holding nerdy signs and sporting pins with slogans like “I Believe in Science.” For many of them, that’s not all they believe in. Evangelicals’ involvement in the upcoming March for Science reflects their unique place in the sector.
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