A Truly Godless Place: Why We Designed a Temple for Atheists A Truly Godless Place: Why We Designed a Temple for Atheists
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A Truly Godless Place: Why We Designed a Temple for Atheists

by Tom Greenall

March 11, 2013

In 2008, two events of international significance took place: the Vatican announced that Islam had overtaken Roman Catholicism as the world’s biggest single religious denomination; and scientists at CERN in Geneva switched on the Large Hadron Collider for the first time, reportedly in search of the ‘God Particle.' Despite the fact that the United Kingdom is becoming more secular, religion still continues to generate debate, particularly when it comes into contact with science. 

 

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A Truly Godless Place: Why We Designed a Temple for Atheists