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Christian Professor Alister McGrath wonders whether there are limits to science. He thinks that science is very good at answering some questions like 'how did the world come into being?' but not so good at answering other questions such as 'why are we here?' He wonders if there are different kinds of truth, one answered by science and the other answered by religion. Are both science and religion needed to help make sense of the world?
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What questions is science good at answering? What questions is religion good at answering? Give 5 examples of each. How would you describe the content of this clip to a five-year-old?

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