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‘Beginning and end’ for students

More than half of all teenagers in Church of England secondary schools believe that science makes it hard to believe in God, according to a major survey published in early July.

God and the Big Bang

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Professor Tom Mcleish | photo: stpetersyork.org.uk

Conducted among more than 2,000 15–18-year-olds, the survey discovered that two in every five (41%) believe that the accepted scientific view is that God does not exist, while many students suppose that all scientists are atheists.