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Darwin's Conundrum

An exploration of what Charles Darwin really thought about faith and religion, showing that he had a more complex relationship with them than is often believed.

An investigation into what Charles Darwin really thought about faith and religion. Although he has become an icon for militant secularists, and his theory of evolution is often used to challenge faith and belief, Darwin had a much more complex relationship with religion than is often believed and at one stage was even training to be a priest.

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Fri 14 Aug 2009 22:00

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