Dawkins’ dilemmas


Melvin Tinker puts the work of evolutionary theorist and arch-atheist Richard Dawkins under the microscope.

A vicar was travelling on the train one day when a scientist happened to sit next to him. The scientist was an astronomer, and he smiled as he saw the vicar reading his Bible. He said, condescendingly, “I like to think that religion can be summed up by the words, ‘Do unto others as you would have them do unto you’”. The vicar, having discovered the scientist’s profession, replied, “Yes, and I like to think that astronomy can be summed up by the words, ‘Twinkle, twinkle, little star, how I wonder what you are’”.


Reading Genesis

Talk of creation, intelligent design and evolution doesn’t get far before the topic of Genesis arises—and rightly so. Sandy Grant takes us back to the foundational chapters of the Bible to see what they teach about the creation of the world. (more…)