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Category Archives: Darwin
Interesting survey on science, religion and origins out of MIT/Boston University over at The MIT Survey on Science, Religion and Origins: the Belief Gap . The opening paragraph on the web page with the survey (and PDF version of the … Continue reading
A post I wrote last week for the School of Theology blog (Auckland Theology, Biblical Studies, et al.). See Science, Religion, Media & God (Part 1) | Auckland Theology, Biblical Studies, et al. Science, Religion, Media & God (Part 1) … Continue reading
The Theological Meaning of Evolution 7pm Thursday 25 June – 5pm Saturday 27 June Laidlaw College Auckland Campus 80 Central Park Drive Henderson, Waitakere A conference to celebrate and interact with Darwinism, on the 200th anniversary of Darwin’s birth and … Continue reading
The gospel according to Darwin (Richard Dawkins) is an interesting article by Richard Dawkins on responses to Jerry Coyne’s book Why Evolution Is True.
Kim Fabricius over at Faith and Theology posts Ten propositions on Darwin and the deity. And so, I capitulate and create a Darwin category.
A symposium on Science and religion in the 21st century: faith in science, science in faith. Programme Prof Jeff Tallon FRSNZ Truth or true? – faith and science rubbing shoulders Prof Bob White FRS Natural disasters: acts of God or … Continue reading
Does Darwinism need rescuing? | Religious Debate | Theos think tank -> Does Darwinism need rescuing?
Via Sze Zeng: ‘Rescuing Darwin’ Report we come to Does Darwinism need rescuing? | Religious Debate | Theos think tank -> Does Darwinism need rescuing?. Another reason for the Darwin subcategory.
Short article & video over at February 6, 2009 ~ Darwin at 200 | Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly. I really am going to have to create a Darwin subcategory this year.
Science Magazine have started a new blog called “Origins” as part of their response to the 200/150 year Darwin anniversaries. You can read the introduction at Welcome to the Origins Blog – Origins. Similarly, Nature has come out with their … Continue reading
Around the blogosphere I’ve noticed various people pointing out that the ten Darwin’s Legacy lectures from Stanford Continuing Studies are available via YouTube. (See Videos from Darwin’s Legacy course at Standford « The Dispersal of Darwin and ’10 Lectures on … Continue reading