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One was a celebrated author, the other a famed physicist. What the two shared was a public exposure of their religious beliefs. Big E had an on-again, off-again relationship with God, while C.S. was an avowed atheist during his early years.
Is this famous primatologist atheist, agnostic or theistic? Find out as we bravely explore whether science and religion must always collide.