The video in question

16th February 1996 at 00:00
The underlying message of a new BBC Open University video, The Question Is . . .?, "proposes that science and religion have been divided for artifical reasons" according to Russell Stannard, professor of physics at the OU and co-producer of the video. Aimed at secondary schools, "it focuses less on beliefs of a specific religion and more on universal issues such as the distinctiveness of human beings and the nature of the miraculous". Pounds 24.95 from the Christian Education Movement, Royal Buildings, Victoria Street, Derby DE1 1GW, tel: 01332 296655.

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