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August 29th, 2009

 In September I will be at a meeting of European Jesuits in Science, and the topic will be teaching science to non-scientific Jesuits. This has raised a bigger question that I would love to hear some input from my favorite techies about: in general, what bits of science do you think it is most important for a clergyperson in this day and age to know? (And how should it be taught?)
 
This is a subset of the bigger "what should every educated person know about science" but somewhat bigger than just "what should every Jesuit know about science" since I realize that most of you probably know only one Jesuit, and it would be exhausting to list all the things *I* wish I knew about science!
 
Or, if you like it in the form of a meme: List three things about science that all clergy should know.
 

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