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This is a forum response paper to J. Hathcoat and J. Habashi’s article “Ontological forms of religious meaning and the conflict between science and religion”. doi:10.1007/s11422-012-9458-3
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Long, D.E. Finding Jesus’s magic pineapple: or, improving science education by improving religious education. Cult Stud of Sci Educ 8, 389–398 (2013). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11422-013-9491-x
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