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Click here to add to the nearly 700,000 hits on this Youtube video of two opposing world views. Atheist Oxford Science Professor Richard Dawkins and Christian Oxford Mathematics Professor John Lennox show how to share differing views without resorting to the school playground antics seen in some of the recent U.S. presidential candidate debates.

The event title was 'God's Undertaker: has science buried God?' — the title of our book club's choice which we are discussing on Saturday March 26th. You can add your own comments on our Facebook page or better still, come along and discuss the issues yourself. We start at 2pm and finish by 4pm.

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