some friday link love
- The Guggenheim puts 65 modern art books online. (Also downloadable here).
- Mehdi Hasan’s piece, God need not be the enemy of science, ends with these words:
The biggest threat to science and scientific progress is not religion or religious believers, with our superstitious or supernatural beliefs, but the arrogance of those atheist fundamentalists among the scientific community who believe that science is the only legitimate and conceivable way to explain or understand the world – and who antagonise a sceptical public in the process.
- Der Evangelische Theologe becomes Die Evangelischen Theologen.
- Steve Holmes reflects on why there are no theological problems.
- John Crace give his characteristically funny take on this week’s big news about Scotland’s planned referendum on independence.
- Robert Fisk on ‘bad apples’ or the horrors of war.
- Ben Myers is stuck in his pew with the ninety-minute sermon blues. (I guess he could also pray
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