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Go to: Director's Signature Lecture Series

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Excellent as always - Mr hitchens always manages to get me thinking exactly what i neededthis morning.

Sun, 14 Jun 2009 02:15:00 UTC | #370290

Go to: Four out of five Britons repudiate creationism

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@ #1 the places with higher concentrations of IDers and Creationists tends to be in the large cities. as this tends to be where you find the more extreme churches (pentecostal as oppossed to CofE for example)and larger immigrant populations which have a slightly larger tendency towards young earth ideas

Mon, 02 Mar 2009 06:42:00 UTC | #331960

Go to: Trials Loom for Parents Who Embraced Faith Over Medicine

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though they are guilty and should be imprisoned - i personally think that thier church is more to blame for brainwashing its sheep into this in the first place - can they not get tried on coprate manslaughter charges or the like'

Wed, 21 Jan 2009 08:30:00 UTC | #309847

Go to: Would you Adam and Eve it? Quarter of science teachers would teach creationism (Response by Dawkins and Jones)

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"Just because something lacks scientific support doesn't seem to me a sufficient reason to omit it from a science lesson," - Professor Michael Reiss

I had to reread that line a couple of times to make sure i wasn't imagining it in my man flu addled state

Tue, 23 Dec 2008 12:31:00 UTC | #291174

Go to: Richard Dawkins interviews Derren Brown

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Further to comment 3, Despite having read god delusion first - Derren Brown's tricks of the mind book is actually what managed to confirm to me in my own mind that I wasn't a Christian and was in fact an Atheist.

Though it covers a lot of ground, the thing I took from the book was to think for myself something I had probably not done enough of in my 30 years on this planet.

Highly recommended

Thu, 11 Dec 2008 13:07:00 UTC | #286266

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