Daniel Dennett expounds on his famous theory of Skyhooks & Cranes -- the competing miraculous and rational explanations of phenomena -- and discusses the extent to which people need "magic" in their lives.
In this intimate conversation over coffee filmed in the relaxing atmosphere of Jonathan Miller's own kitchen, Richard Dawkins displays a gentler and more contemplative side -- and reveals the deep religious convictions of his youth.
Apart from expressing his skepticism about the unholy alliance between religion and politics, Arthur Miller looks back on his own early experiences of growing up in a Christian and surprisingly anti-Semitic country.
Having invited Jonathan to join him in his own home in Texas, physicist Steven Weinberg discusses the role of science in the undermining of faith. Like Jonathan, he accepts that many of the discoveries in his own field had little impact on religion.
Jonathan Miller and Cambridge theologian Denys Turner entertain us with the kind of questions that Denys feels are seldom if ever asked by scientists and skeptics, because they know that they have no simple answers.
In this far-ranging conversation with Jonathan Miller, Colin McGinn sets up and then dismantles some of the many arguments in favor of God -- and even puts up a few of his own. He also discusses the impact of Bertrand Russell on his life at age 18.
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