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Opposing sides?

Science and religion come together in physicist’s City Center Conversation

By Francisca Jones

This article was published May 5, 2018 at 2:44 a.m.

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Experimental particle physicist Michael Strauss stands in front of the ATLAS detector, one of the two multipurpose Large Hadron Collider detectors at Switzerland’s CERN laboratory. Strauss will be the featured guest at the third installment of the event series “City Center Conversations: Conversations About God, Life and Faith in the City” at Little Rock’s Statehouse Convention Center on Tuesday.

Experimental particle physicist Michael Strauss has had a lifelong interest in physics, and comes across his share of people who view religion and science as unrelated topics.

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