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Later, I wondered if "getting even" gave me a pass when it came to obeying the Golden Rule. After all, they had hurled the first insult. But then hadn't I upped the ante? The logician in me noticed that the Golden Rule, like the best rules in physics, allows for no exceptions. It didn't say anything about who went first. Did that mean that retaliating in kind was wrong? Finding an answer to this question took decades, and I'll come back to it after addressing an even more fundamental, methodological question, a question that no discussion of religion and science can ignore.

In the mids, stirred by the passions of the civil rights aand, I left physics mrn play a part in the reform of higher education then sweeping the country. Overnight, my life took an activist turn toward issues of equity and justice. Though exposure to the Golden Rule had predisposed me to sympathize with those demanding equal rights, I did not trace my political ideals to religion. I'd spent most of my time since Sunday School in pursuit kn scientific truth, where evidence is king. During that time, my skepticism toward the faith-based claims of religion had grown stronger. But in my political work, I couldn't help but notice that the reformers Towarrds worked with often invoked religious teachings to good effect in support of the goals we shared.

By the mid-'70s, the transformational energy of the '60s was spent and, seeing no chance for further reforms, at age 37, I left academia. The bitter academic politics of that period had left me bruised and Peace on earth and goodwill towards men out. In search of a less contentious way goowdill bring change, I wondered if the world's holy books contained anything that might have helped me be a better leader. In particular, Eastern religions, like Buddhism and Vedanta, were drawing attention from Western seekers, and the word was that they offered a more tranquil, enlightened path to personal and social change.

Before I could take in anything positive from religion, Eastern or Western, I had to deal with the negative. Yes, some churches had provided a home for leaders of the civil rights movement, but it seemed to me that if institutional religion practiced what it preached, it could have done a lot more to oppose racism and done it sooner. What more obvious violation of the Golden Rule could there be than a segregated America? My old questions about religion's ineffectiveness were joined by new ones concerning its exceptionalism. What if religion defended its teachings in the same way science does -- by marshaling evidence, making predictions and testing them against outcomes?

What if religion applied its teachings to its own practices? It seemed to me that, with a few changes, religion could stand up to the criticisms of non-believers, regain the respect of its critics, and be the transformational force its founders and prophets had envisioned. In this re-visioning, the parts of religion that are counterfactual or unproven could either be dropped -- as science jettisons theories that don't hold up to scrutiny -- or retained as speculation, metaphor or personal preference. After all, anyone is free to believe anything, and most of us, including scientists, discreetly exercise that right in one area or another.

Fast forward 30 years. The 21st century has brought an avalanche of evidence, and official admissions, of religion's moral lapses. Extreme ideologues and fanatical true believers continue to tarnish the religious brand. When religion aligns itself with discredited science, its losing streak is unbroken, and where educational levels are on the rise, religion is in decline. This wouldn't matter if religion had succeeded in imparting its most important teachings, but the Golden Rule is still widely flouted, and "peace on Earth, goodwill toward men" remains a distant dream.

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