KLICE Making Waves
In December Dr Jonathan Chaplin, Director of the Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics, based at Tyndale House, caused consternation to a large number of secularist readers of The Guardian, one of Britain's leading newspapers. Dr Chaplin demonstrated some of the problems with the secularist desire to exclude religion from public life, and in doing so provoked the largest number of responses on the newspaper's website that it has known for this type of article. You can read the article here:www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/belief/2009/dec/05/faith-role-in-democratic-debate
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I'm not surprised this provoked the largest number of responses on the newspaper's website for this type of article.
It is very succinct. He says an awful lot, very clearly & authoritively in a short punchy space.
Bloomin' shame he had to mention climate change & Science :)
We should be careful about dismissing climate change altogether. A bit more realism is now entering the science debate thankfully. As the Government's chief scientist has now made some comments I feel free to blog about what he said at
A very interesting article mind, but a CiF blog item that was pro Intelligent Design had 1669 responses.
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