Nick Spencer and Angus Ritchie set out "Why Christians should believe in humanism, and humanists in Christianity"
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The full tables of data relating to the Rescuing Darwin project can be accessed here.
The winner of the Theos competition for the best 'tweet' of On the Origin of Species was announced last week.
The 200th anniversary of Darwin’s birth and 150th anniversary of the publication of On the Origin of Species has sparked renewed debate on every angle of the naturalist’s works.
To mark the 150th anniversary of the publication of The Origin of Species, Theos Director of Studies and author of Darwin and God, Nick Spencer, delivered the 2009 Charles Gore Lecture to an audience of 300 in Westminster Abbey last night.
Even 150 years after it first appeared in print, Charles Darwin's "On The Origin of Species" still fuels clashes between scientists convinced of its truth and critics who reject its view of life without a creator.
The admirable Theos project on Darwin concludes with the publication of a study on how British creationists think (pdf).
Tonight, the world premiere of Mr Darwin's Tree was performed in Westminster Abbey, the burial place of the 19th century English naturalist.
In the history of ideas, strong images like clocks or markets have helped, and hindered, thinking.
Last night 800 people packed Westminster Abbey (where Charles Darwin is buried) for a debate entitled "Did Darwin kill God?" The event, superbly chaired by Today's Sarah Montague, explored the compatibility of belief in God and Darwinian evolution.
The findings of the biggest research project ever carried out into UK public opinion on evolution and the origins of living things is published today by the religious think tank Theos, ahead of a major conference tomorrow (Tuesday) in Rome on religion and science.
SPCK, the publishers of Darwin and God by Theos Director of Studies Nick Spencer, were forced to undertake an emergency reprint of the book over the weekend due to selling out only 24 hours after its publication.
Darwin and God, by Theos Director of Studies Nick Spencer, is now available in all good book shops.
We are not going to understand the growth of creationism in modern England so long as we think of it as a primarily Christian phenomenon, or even a religious one.
A wreathlaying ceremony took place at Charles Darwin's grave in Westminster Abbey last night, prior to the launch of a new book, Darwin and God, by Theos Director of Studies Nick Spencer.
Prominent scientists and leading religious figures have joined forces to call for an end to the fighting over Charles Darwin's legacy.