Saturday, 16 April 2011

opinion for Palm Sunday

James Hannam writes for Patheos that Science and Christianity Can Get On Better Than You Think.

Giles Fraser writes in the Church Times that Faith offers a tragic wisdom.

Jay Michaelson in The Huffington Post asks Who Are the Real Sodomites?

Christopher Howse writes in The Telegraph that St George gets his bank holiday.

Emine Saner interviews Robert Winston and Sam Harris in The Guardian: Is there any place for religious faith in science?

Posted by Peter Owen on Saturday, 16 April 2011 at 11:00am BST | TrackBack
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I really don't get this science vs religion debate. The interview was so 1st grade debating society that it's almost embarrassing to think that this is how people imagine believers to think. Can they not get an intelligent theologian to talk to scientists about faith?

Posted by: Erika Baker on Saturday, 16 April 2011 at 1:10pm BST

I think that Robert Winston holds his own very comfortably with Sam Harris. His scientific input into television programmes about human beings and their biological peculiarities are well-known around the world, and I think many Christians would be comfortable with his performance in this particular TV forum.

Posted by: Father Ron Smith on Monday, 18 April 2011 at 12:04pm BST

The other term I've heard bandied about by conservatives as an alternative to 'sodomites'is "fornicators."

Posted by: Cynthia Gilliatt on Monday, 18 April 2011 at 4:59pm BST
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