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  1. Paul Braterman

    Peter sent me the link to this. But I fear we’re talking past each other; I see too wide a crevasse between those who do, and those who do not, regard faith as a virtue. Paul S. Braterman, Professor Emeritus, University of North Texas Honorary Senior Research Fellow in Chemistry, University of Glasgow 48 Nith Street, Glasgow G33 2AF, Scotland, UK; Tel: 0141[from US, 011-44-141]-770-8060 @paulbraterman  http://paulbraterman.wordpress.com/  Support British Centre for Science Education (BCSE)   http://www.bcseweb.org.uk/ From: Peddling and Scaling God and Darwin To: psbraterman@yahoo.com Sent: Tuesday, 28 July 2015, 12:58 Subject: [New post] Doubt, Theology, and Mountain-Climbing #yiv1090739021 a:hover {color:red;}#yiv1090739021 a {text-decoration:none;color:#0088cc;}#yiv1090739021 a.yiv1090739021primaryactionlink:link, #yiv1090739021 a.yiv1090739021primaryactionlink:visited {background-color:#2585B2;color:#fff;}#yiv1090739021 a.yiv1090739021primaryactionlink:hover, #yiv1090739021 a.yiv1090739021primaryactionlink:active {background-color:#11729E;color:#fff;}#yiv1090739021 WordPress.com | michaelroberts4004 posted: “A great article by an American climber who also writes on science and religion Doubt, Theology, and Mountain-Climbing.” | |



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