by Kazeem Olalekan
“The possession of knowledge does not kill the sense of wonder and mystery. There is always more mystery.”
― Anaïs Nin
At a time when Richard Dawkins is developing an appetite for wonder, I thought I might address the art of wonder in this post. I posted a riposte to Richard Dawkin’s Channel 4 documentary on God Delusion elsewhere, a few years back. We clearly approach the issue of God from different perspectives. In any case, we are both believers: I believe in God and he doesn’t. Whatever the perspective however, I think there is always room for wonder. This is a Richard Dawkins book
s, I will be investing in (along with Stephen Hawkings: ‘My brief history’). As you might know: ‘I play the man and the ball. I always keep my eye on the ball’.