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"Cornwell does, however, start to get sucked in to Dawkins's fact-based approach. And religion is hard to fit in to that agenda...." Religion apologist Peter Standford, reviewing John Cornwell's Darwin's Angel.
(Via Butterflies and Wheels.)
September 14, 2007 at 12:44 PM in Atheism, Religion | Permalink
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