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Topic: Richard Dawkins

Dawkins can’t see my sister’s humanity

The biologist’s views on Down’s Syndrome may have sparked outrage, but they are shared by millions of Britons

Dawkins has done us a favour by highlighting how dangerous our culture of ‘choice’ really is

If a world cleansed of imperfections is what we wish for then Dawkins, with his Down’s Syndrome outburst, has shown us the way.

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Fairy tales can teach us more about life than science

No matter what Dawkins says, fairy tales contain some valuable life lessons

Now we know why Dawkins refused to sign that letter from atheists condemning Cameron’s ‘we are a Christian country’: could he be on the way to belief?

Belief in the theory of evolution is no reason for atheism as Dawkins supposes: Darwin himself insisted that the had never been an atheist

The academic who read The God Delusion then turned to God

Judith Babarsky read Richard Dawkins’ book and Benedict XVI’s Jesus of Nazareth before converting to Catholicism

Michael Faraday would find Richard Dawkins terrifying

The pioneering scientist said: ‘There is nothing so frightening as someone who knows they are right’

What’s the difference between Twitter trolls and rude journalists?

Twitter trolling is part of a wider debasement of the national conversation

I’m a direct descendant of Darwin, but I have discovered the beauty of the Catholic faith

The author’s great-great-great grandfather is a New Atheist hero, but she is a Catholic apologist

Raising children as Christians is a liberation not indoctrination

You can raise your children as Christians but ultimately, it’s up to them if they attend church as an adult