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Dawkins and Lennox debate

by Pat Ashworth

FAITH is belief without evidence and can lead to action without justification, Professor Richard Dawkins argued in a public debate with Professor John Lennox, a scientist and a Christian, at the Oxford Museum of Natural History.

The proposition was “Has Science buried God?” The debate, attended by 500 people last month, covered the origins and rationality of the universe; the implications of evolu­tion for faith; the possibility of moral­­ity if no God exists; the ...

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An angry voice and a tear

An angry voice and a tear

Sinéad O'Connor headlines at the Greenbelt Festival this Sunday, despite her very public history of animosity against the Roman Catholic Church. Is she a troublemaker, a publicity-seeker, or a prophet? Cole Moreton makes an evaluation  Read More

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Did King Charles I have Asperger’s syndrome?

New research suggests that the King's medical condition may have affected his decision-making, but it did not prevent his saving the Church of England, argues Robert Beaken  Subscribe to read more

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