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The 'Great Debate' - Huxley and Wilberforce ('Bad Faith' #13)

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The 'Great Debate' about Evolution happened in the Oxford Natural History Museum, in 1860. Everyone knows that Thomas Huxley made a fool of Samuel Wilberforce. Huxley won a great victory for the forces of science over the backwards forces of religion. So who were the players in the 'Great Debate'?

With contributions by Dr Allan Chapman (Oxford University), author of 'Slaying the Dragons: destroying myths in the history of science and faith' and 'Stargazers: Copernicus, Galileo, the Telescope and the Church,' and by Dr Ian Hesketh, author of 'Of Apes and Ancestors: Evolution, Christianity, and the Oxford debate.'

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‘Clearly there are religious implications whenever you start to discuss the origins of the Universe. There must be religious overtones. But I think most scientists prefer to shy away from the religious side of it.’- Professor Stephen Hawking