Test of Faith is an initiative aimed at showing that Christian faith and good science are perfectly compatible. As the Tour reaches london on 19th May we ask “Do we need God, now that we have science?”

Denis Alexander is a biologist from the Faraday Insititute in Cambridge. As a Christian he believes that his science coheres with and supports his faith. Stephen Law of the Royal Institute of Philosophy believes that science together with philosophy can be used to refute the existence of God.

They discuss Evolution, the problem of evil, the God of the Gaps, the cosmological and fine tuning arguments for the existence of God and more besides.




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For Test of Faith and the London Tour (Wed 19th May, 7.30pm at The London Institute of Contemporary Christianity) visit http://www.testoffaith.com 

For Stephen Law visit http://stephenlaw.blogspot.com/ 

For Denis Alexander visit http://graphite.st-edmunds.cam.ac.uk/faraday/ 

For more Christian/non-Christian debate visit http://www.premier.org.uk/unbelievable or get the MP3 podcast or Via Itunes

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