Saturday, 24 December 2005

extra columns

Two weeks ago, TA linked to the first part of a report by Ian Mayes, in his Open Door column, on the Guardian’s coverage of religion. The second part of this got delayed by a Chomskyian diversion, but appeared last Monday. Here it is.

On Wednesday, Richard Chartres talked about Christmas on BBC Radio 4’s Thought for the Day.

Today, the Guardian also carried an interview with Nicholas Holtam under the headline Motley Pew, and a column by Giles Fraser entitled Don’t leave those kids alone.

There was another good Thought for the Day on Friday, by Angela Tilby. The text of this is currently lost in the post, but you can hear it here (Real Audio): Darwin didn’t think that his theory of evolution dealt a death-blow to religious faith.

And The Times had another leader today: Very civil partnerships.

Posted by Simon Sarmiento on Saturday, 24 December 2005 at 6:28pm GMT
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