David Wilkinson


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May 16, 1963

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David Wilkinson is a British theologian and academic. He is the current Principal of St John's College, Durham, and a professor in the Department of Theology and Religion at Durham University. He is the author of several books on the relationship between science and religion, and a regular contributor to Thought for the Day on BBC Radio 4. He is also a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society.

Prior to his arrival at Durham in 1999, he was a student at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge and a chaplain at the University of Liverpool.

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When I Pray What Does God Do?

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God, Time, & Stephen Hawking

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Christian Eschatology and t...

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The Message of Creation: En...

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Alone in the Universe?: The...

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God, The Big Bang, And Step...

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The Power Of The Force

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Life, the Universe and Ever...

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“[The screw machine] was on the principle of the gauge or sliding lathe now in every workshop throughout the world; the perfection of which consists in that most faithful agent gravity, making the joint, and that almighty perfect number three, which is in harmony itself. I was young when I learned that principle. I had never seen my grandmother putting a chip under a three-legged milking-stool; but she always had to put a chip under a four-legged table, to keep it steady. I cut screws of all dimensions by this machine, and did them perfectly. (1846)”
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