Saturday, 29 October 2005

reading for Saturday

Alister McGrath writes in The Times about atheism: The Enlightenment is over, and atheism has lost its moral cutting edge.

Paul Oestreicher writes in the Guardian about the rebuilding of Dresden’s cathedral.

Christopher Howse summarises what Rowan Williams said to Mary Midgley about Gaia in a dialogue at St Paul’s Cathedral in Living on the skin of Gaia (you can read more about the book here).

Those who found Rowan Williams’ remarks about Islam in the context of Richard Hooker interesting may also find this critique by Colin Chapman of last summer’s Spectator article on Islam of interest: An Open Letter to Patrick Sookhdeo, while Madeleine Bunting has an interview today in the Guardian with Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi.

Speaking of Williams and Hooker, Graham Kings’ review of Anglican Identities has been republished:‘Passionate Patience’.

Posted by Simon Sarmiento on Saturday, 29 October 2005 at 8:52am BST
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