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Topic: Richard Dawkins

Come back, Richard Dawkins, all is forgiven

Beware the patronising ‘new new atheists’ adopting the philosophical centre ground

Christian formation is the very opposite of indoctrination

Richard Dawkins’s latest outburst reveal a lack of understanding about religion

Dr Patrick Pullicino: ‘It is important to declare yourself’

The doctor who raised the alarm about the Liverpool Care Pathway says science and religion are closely linked

New Atheism is dead

The public has moved on from the anti-religious vitriol of the 2000s

How to respond to a young friend who has come under Dawkins’s spell

Neuroscientist Baroness Susan Greenfield makes an interesting critique of “scientism”

It’s a shame the Chief Rabbi can’t be the next Archbishop of Canterbury

Lord Sacks continues to be the most eloquent spokesman for religion

Charles Darwin’s discovery was surely great. But let’s not dismiss all other thinkers – Aristotle or Socrates, say – who came before him

G G Simpson, quoted by Richard Dawkins, suggested that the great thinkers of antiquity are now worthless

The tragedy at the heart of New Atheism

Belief in an ordered universe is hard to reconcile with a tragic view of life

People are walking away from Catholicism because they do not understand it

If anything, New Atheists only help a faith in decline across Europe

Professor Dawkins doesn’t seem to know much about Darwin: either what his masterpiece is actually called, or even what he believed about God (he wasn’t an atheist)

There is, Darwin said, an ‘impossibility of conceiving this immense and wonderful universe … as the result of blind chance or necessity…. I deserve to be called a Theist’