2007-04-10

Richard Dawkins, John Barrow, Paul Davies & God

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by Neil Godfrey

2 transcripts from recent “Science Show” programs with Richard Dawkins (Nov-Dec 2006)

The Science Show versus God Pt 1

“This week Richard Dawkins‘ remarkable book The God Delusion is released in Australia. Dawkins, Professor of the Public Understanding of Science at Oxford says he hopes that reading his book will make believers doubt their faith. He explains why he is so convinced, through the weight of scientific evidence, that atheism is the more valid viewpoint. Two winners of the Templeton Prize, given for building bridges between spiritual values and science, Professors John Barrow from Cambridge and Paul Davies now in Arizona give alternative views.”

The Science Show versus God Pt 2

Richard Dawkins’ remarkable book The God Delusion has been published in Australia. Dawkins, Professor of The Public Understanding of Science at Oxford says he hopes that reading his book will make believers doubt their faith. He explains why he is so convinced, through the weight of scientific evidence, that atheism is the more valid viewpoint. Two winners of the Templeton Prize, given for building bridges between spiritual values and science, Professors John Barrow from Cambridge and Paul Davies now in Arizona give alternative views. This program was originally broadcast 4th November 2006.”

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2 Comments

  • djfoobarmatt
    2007-04-13 12:48:05 GMT+0000 - 12:48 | Permalink

    The religion report ran it’s science vs religion two parter at about the same time on radio national! This stuff breaks my brain. Maybe that’s why I keep coming back!

  • 2007-04-16 12:37:15 GMT+0000 - 12:37 | Permalink

    I think the ABC is a front for book publishers. I’m going broke and reading my eyes and brains out just trying to keep up with all the latest stuff that their guests have published.

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