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Francis S. Collins is world-famous as the longtime director of the Human Genome Project and a leading researcher in medical genetics. He’s also an evangelical Christian. Collins explains why it is time to call a truce in the escalating war between science and spirit.
- Dr. Francis Collins Director of the National Institutes of Health
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