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January 6th, 2010
Man's mastery of nanoscience and nanotechnology will not diminish the attraction of religion, a Jesuit scholar says.
Father Job Kozhamthadam says people will still continue to be drawn to the mystery of religion even if scientists manage to answer all of nature's mysteries.
Religion's principal role is to help man find meaning and direction in life, the Jesuit priest told about 140 university professors, researchers and activists at a seminar.
The Jan. 1-5 event was titled: "Science-Religion Dialogue in the World of Nanoscience: The Encounter between the Mastery of Science and the Mystery of Religion." It was held at the Indian Institute of Science and Religion (IISR).
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