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Truth, Faith and Doubt in James Bateman's work

James Bateman drew inspiration from his evangelical christianity, making him central to the great Victorian debate on evolution.

Like many of his contemporaries, Bateman believed in the creation story of Genesis as scientific fact. He attempted to show how Theology and Geology could be reconciled. Tony Barnard explores the issues faced by Bateman and his philosophy in the face of new scientific theories.


Canon Tony Barnard | talks


Date and Time:

13 July 2011 at 2:00 pm


1 hour



Potteries Museum
Bethesda Street
01782 517999

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Organised by:

The National Trust
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Available from:

The National Trust, Biddulph Grange Garden. email biddulphgrange@nationaltrust.org.uk or 01782 517999

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