The debate between science and religion on the evolutionary theory has been contested among a wide range of religions and scientists for years, but Islamic student initiative Project Nur program manager Shakir Mohammed said people could still study science and believe in the Muslim faith.

“We are hoping people get an idea and are interested in how religion has affected they way they [scientists] understand science,” he said. “[People] can see how religion and science are separate, but how they can study both.”

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