Here’s some news that will probably be in the blogs in the coming weeks.
“Society is ill-prepared to handle scientific breakthroughs because it lacks understanding of human life, the Archbishop of Canterbury has claimed.
Dr Rowan Williams issued his warning as MPs prepare to vote on proposed laws which will allow scientists to create hybrid human-animan embryos for research.
The archbishop claimed that the planned reforms threaten to open the door to practice that conflicts with religious belief, and said that society does not have the ‘moral perspective’ to cope with such momentous advances.
In an interview with The Sunday Telegraph, he also criticised evolution theory as ‘limited’, urged politicians to be open about their faith, and attacked religious conspiracy theories such as the Da Vinci Code. “
The article goes on to lay out the Archbishop’s concerns in each of the areas above.
Apparently this is going to be the theme of a series of addresses the Archbishop is planning for the upcoming weeks.
Read the rest here.