There's a short piece by me in today's Daily Telegraph, on the Higgs Boson, God, science, and religion. Quite a lot to squeeze into 500 words. It's accompanied by a longer piece by George, Cardinal Pell, which I thought rather good: forthright, thorough, and reasonable (albeit uncompromising).
These mini-essays appear as part of a series on religious matters that the Telegraph is running for four days this week.
(For the record, for those who have read my bio in the print version: “top physicist” is a bit strong; and yes I work at the Large Hadron Collider, specifically on the experiment called ATLAS, but I have not played a key role there. The experiment where I've arguably played a key role is called Belle, at the KEK laboratory in Japan.)
UPDATE: The two other pieces (not three, as originally stated) were also double-headers:
Rabbi Raymond Apple and Sheik Hersi Hilole
Prof. Brian Schmidt and Archbishop Peter Jensen
I thought them all reasonable presentations of their respective positions, and reasonable in other ways. I also felt that there was some disparity of standing between these gentlemen and myself.