The bounds of knowledge, and the knowledge of bounds

posted by Kaihsu Tai on January 15th, 2006

Gilbert Márkus, an ex-Dominican and leader [sic] of Glasgow’s Catholic Worker community, wrote about faith and science in the Guardian this Saturday under the title ‘Face to Faith: Christians who attempt to mix God and science will only end up undoing the story of Genesis’, quoting several from the Order of Preachers inter alios. (Strangely, I could not find it on the Guardian‘s otherwise-excellent free website, but found it in the proprietary LexisNexis.)

Update: The article is now available.

Also deserving attention are two deals in which the British ex-public defence-research company QinetiQ is involved: selling the 1901 census to Friends Reunited, and approaching Carlyle group (mentioned in Fahrenheit 9/11) about its own privatization.

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3 Comments

  1. On January 17, 2006 at 07:27 Dr Kaihsu Tai (Oxford, England) said:

    The article cited, by Gilbert Márkus, is now available: Face to Faith: Christians who attempt to mix God and science will only end up undoing the story of Genesis.

  2. On January 18, 2006 at 19:06 Adam (Southern California) said:

    Paraphrasing something a guy I know said, don’t believe science masquerading as religion or religion masquerading as science.

  3. On March 13, 2006 at 06:14 Dr Kaihsu Tai (Oxford, England) said:

    BBC Radio 4’s Start the Week lineup today includes Richard Dawkins, Richard Harries (Bishop of Oxford), and Barbara Ehrenreich.