Wednesday, 16 September 2009

Alternative Views

Since I posted John Crace's digested version of Karen Armstrong's recent book, I thought I ought, to be fair and balanced as journalists are supposed to be, provide a link to his take on Richard Dawkins' new book on the evidence for evolution in The Guardian. I take it that the Homo guardiensis megalocephalus from Stoke Newington is a reference to Crace himself, which goes some way to excuse his representation of Richard as a megalomanic obsessive.

Another worthwhile link, mentioned by one of the commenters on Crace's digest on, is to which provides a take on the "Thought for the Day" on Radio 4, and is inevitably more enlightening and thought-provoking than the original. Some of the items in between are of interest too.

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