Michael Nugent, chairperson of Atheist Ireland, debating Martin Gordon, ex-priest and author of ‘No Love Here: A Priest’s Journey’ in Dublin on Tuesday 25 March 2014, on the topic God: Myth or Reality?

 

Martin Gordon, ex-priest and author of ‘No Love Here: A Priest’s Journey’ debating Michael Nugent, chairperson of Atheist Ireland, in DUblin on Tuesday 25 March 2014, on the topic God: Myth or Reality?

 

Theologian Gary Keogh, author of ‘Reading Richard Dawkins: A Theological Dialogue with New Atheism’, speaking at Atheist Ireland’s Atheists in the Pub on Tuesday 18 March 2014.

 

In a debate on BBC Radio Ulster Sunday Sequence, Catholic theologian Tina Beattie said that Atheist Ireland chairperson Michael Nugent was “verging on a very dangerous kind of dare I say almost European racism” in his analysis of Catholic demographics and its influence on Catholic fundamentalism.

 

Do we need God for morality? A recent Pew Research study shows that most people polled in 40 countries believe so. Michael Nugent of Atheist Ireland debates this assertion with Church of England theologian Elaine Storkey, Catholic theologian Professor Tina Beattie, and poet and theologian Padraig O Tuama, on BBC Radio Ulster’s Sunday Sequence hosted by Mark Patterson on Sunday 23 March 2014.

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