Reza Aslan and Lawrence Krauss debate whether religion is inherently violent, and if science and faith can coexist.

Is religion a force of good or evil? A controversial question at times, but one that can't be avoided in the modern world. From violence and terror, to gender equality, to science, reason, and education - the faithful and the faithless tend to repeatedly clash over whether religion is a net positive or negative, whether it helps humanity more than it hurts it. In this week's UpFront special, Reza Aslan and Lawrence Krauss debate religion's place in society, whether religion is inherently violent, and if science and faith can coexist.

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