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Rescuing Darwin God and evolution in Britain today (triple helix - winter 2013)

 Nick Spencer and Denis Alexander   Theos, 2009 £10.00 Pb 63pp, ISBN 0955445353  Reviewed by Mark Pickering, a Yorkshire prison GP    Rescuing Darwin. A noble thought. But from whom, and to what purpose? The authors attempt to dispel notions of Darwin being anti-religious, by charting his painful journey into agnosticism. They...

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The China miracle (nucleus - summer 2008)

China is hitting the headlines as it flexes its economic and political muscles to become a super power. This year the tragic earthquake in Sichuan that has claimed over 60,000 lives galvanised the Chinese government and many local and foreign non-governmental organisations into immediate and effective action to relieve the...

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Can you believe in God and Evolution? - A Guide for the Perplexed (Book Review) (triple helix - Easter 2008)

Darwin's Origin of Species caused a sensation on its publication in 1859. The idea that living things gradually evolve through natural selection shocked Victorian society. It called into question the previously unshakeable belief in a Creator. Theologian Ted Peters and molecular biologist Martinez Hewlett write from a genuine concern about...

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The God delusion and the human illusion (nucleus - summer 2007)

Richard Dawkins (Professor for the Public Understanding of Science, Oxford University) is best known for championing evolutionary theory in his books, The Selfish Gene [1] and The Blind Watchmaker.[2] However, his focus has gradually turned to a critique of religious faith, with titles such as A Devil's Chaplain.[3] In 2006,...

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The Naked Emperor - Darwinism exposed (Book Review) (triple helix - spring/summer 2007)

This book chronicles the author's personal journey with Darwinism and is a fascinating summary of the main problems of standard Darwinian evolution. Latham is a GP in the Outer Hebrides and a CMF member. Accepting Darwinism at school and university, he 'enjoyed disputing with Christians about evolution…to me it was...

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Darwinism - what are the facts? (nucleus - winter 2006)

When I was a medical student, long before I became a Christian, I liked to use the ‘fact’ of evolution to argue against the existence of a creator. I found this to be a useful way to counter Christians’ attempts to speak to me about God. For many, the situation...

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Debating Design (nucleus - spring 2005)

Editor, I am afraid I was more confused than edified by the article on ‘Intelligent Design’ by Paul Nelson in the January 2005 Nucleus (pp13-21). Why do Christians get so wound up about evolution? We need to beware of being distracted from the five relevant messages in the Bible...

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Intelligent Design (nucleus - winter 2005)

The observation was only a pair of sentences near the end of a review - just the sort of point made in passing that a hasty reader might overlook. But those two sentences in the journal Science, from Yale University biology professor Timothy Goldsmith, reflect a historic shift in the...

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A Critique of Richard Dawkins' Views on Religion (nucleus - summer 1996)

Dawkins' understanding of theology God Dawkins asks, 'who designed the divine creator?' [CLSG, p11 - key at end] as though Christian theology portrayed God as a created being, rather than eternal. On that count alone, the 'god' in whom Dawkins disbelieves is a 'god' in whom Christians do not believe either....

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