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Lives of Faith

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The Science Chronicles

Peter Harrison takes a fresh look at the history of science and its quirky relationship with faith.

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Science v. religion

Peter Harrison and John Dickson talk atheism, Galileo, and the science-religion conflict ‘myth’.

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The end of faith: has science made religion redundant?

Prof. Peter Harrison delivers CPX's 2015 Richard Johnson Lecture.

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God: an illusion, or just invisible?

Richard Shumack asks if it is even possible to prove God according to scientific criteria?

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Science versus faith

Is Christianity the enemy of science and has this opposition existed previously?

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The Re-Trial of Galileo

Larissa Aldridge shares her thoughts on a recreation of the trail of Galileo held at UNSW.

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Darwin and the British Natural Theology Tradition

Larissa Aldridge examines how the Origin of the Species related to the Natural Theology tradition

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Miracles & Materialism

Peter Harrison on David Hume's arguments about whether miracles should be believed.

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Unlikely connections: the Bible and science

Peter Harrison examines the impact of Biblical literalism on science.

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The Christian origins of modern science

Peter Harrison explains how modern scientific methods come from a Christian worldview.

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Marvels and misconceptions in the early childhood of modern science

Steven Micklethwaite reviews Richard Holmes' The Age of Wonder

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Atheism, philosophy, science and belief

Keith Ward considers some of the claims the 'New Atheists' make about a range of subjects.

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Faith in an age of science

Michael Ruse talks about his latest book considering science and spirituality.

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Science and Christianity: ‘missing links’

Michael Ruse examines how the modern scientific method comes from Christianity.

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Darwinism - the ‘bastard child of Christianity’

Michael Ruse on how he sees Darwinism resembling Christianity

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