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During a public “dialogue” at Oxford, “the world’s most famous atheist,” Richard Dawkins, told the Archbishop of Canterbury he couldn’t be sure God didn’t exist.
A Newsweek article on one of the most important physics projects of the new millennium asks, “Will it change our views of the universe and our place in it?”
Interestingly enough, the man who won this award for supposedly helping to bridge the gap between science and religion had the following to say in a 1978 interview with Monte Davis.
Dr Freeman Dyson, who works at Princeton University’s Institute for Advanced Study in New Jersey, is the recipient of this year’s Templeton Prize for Progress in Religion.