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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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Not only dancing in the aisles

Not only dancing in the aisles

From skateboarding to real ale, churches are being used to engage with their localities in ever more imaginative ways. Pat Ashworth reports  Subscribe to read more

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Listen to the Spirit - on the bus

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