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The trouble with Richard Dawkins

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Professor Michael Ruse is an eminent philosopher of science, author of numerous books and a tenured professor at Florida State University.

He has spent a career observing and commenting on the cultural struggle between creationists and evolutionists. An avowed unbeliever, he nonetheless argues for a space for religion and science to engage in respectful, informed dialogue and for opponents to appreciate each other’s intellectual history.

Professor Ruse believes Christian faith can be reconciled with evolutionary theory, and as we found out, has some harsh criticisms for Richard Dawkins and the New Atheists.

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