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Go to: Religious conversation and the Socratic method

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I think you will just frustrate yourself, but have a look at this http://www.jameshartforcongress.com/prometheus/socvsjes.htm

Thu, 07 Jun 2012 12:22:06 UTC | #946117

Go to: UCL Union censorship: Jesus & Mo respond

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Do you know the enemy? Silence is the enemy.

Thu, 12 Jan 2012 08:04:48 UTC | #907600

Go to: [Update 5 Nov -Q&A added to “The Video”]The video! (Jerry Coyne & John Haught)

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Comment 40 by Theology101

Blockquote And your "The God Delusion" is a scientific book, free from theology and philosophy? What can I use to describe your books about religions then? Scientific books? Blockquote

The point that Richard was making was that Theology as a discipline, which claims to extract truths in the real world does not deserve to be included at Univeristy level. I don't see how "The God Delusion" is relevant for the discussion, as Atheism is not a field of study at any University that I am aware of.

Fri, 04 Nov 2011 10:41:10 UTC | #887291

Go to: Lucretius, Man Of Modern Mystery

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Even he, in book V, understood the impossibility of the concept of a crocoduck. And this, at a time when the Theory of Evolution was mere philosophical in nature. Yet through logical reasoning he and his peers understood the concept. Remarkable!

Tue, 20 Sep 2011 11:47:06 UTC | #873050

Go to: African fossils put new spin on human origins story

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It was big news here in South Africa when they stumbled on the fossil. Just a stone-throw from my doorstep, founded by the son of one of the researchers. Just a pitty most people around here refuse, a) to accept the significance of the discovery, or b) that evolution is the only game in town. Religion, and Christianity in particular, still have a tight stranglehold on the probable birthplace of modern humans.

Fri, 09 Sep 2011 12:46:32 UTC | #868877

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