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AMC John Lennox

Given the Easter celebrations of Christ's death and resurrection, the title of our book choice for discussion this Easter Saturday is strangely apt. It is, God's Undertaker: Has science buried God?

You can come and join in or just listen to our discussion on what we made of the book this Easter Saturday March 26th from 2pm to 4pm in our community centre in Buckingham Street. You will be made to feel very welcome and offered a Fairtrade cuppa into the bargain.

Meanwhile, click here for a 10 minute 'taster' of the two contrasting world views as expressed by aetheist Oxford Science Professor Richard Dawkins and Christian Oxford Mathematics Professor John Lennox, our book choice author.

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