Delivered at Conway Hall 20 September 1990. Chaired by Rev. Arthur Peacocke and presented by Dr. Alex Comfort.
A religion is any belief-system which interprets and defines the relationship between the ‘I’ and the ‘that’: between personal consciousness and everything else. Science also defines the ‘I-that’ relationship, but by means of a set method of observation and experiment. Science is therefore a form of religion, but one with its own methodological distinctness.