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Dawkins calls for more interference in faith schools.

Started by Hector. Last reply by SteveInCO Feb 9, 2016. 3 Replies

Faith schools shouldn’t be allowed to teach religious education lessons in line with their beliefs, according to professor Richard Dawkins.Continue

The difference Not so Apparent (Between Science and Religion)

Started by Claudia Mercedes Mazzucco Nov 8, 2010. 0 Replies

Intelligent design was invented in a situation in which Christians were unable to cope with Darwin’s theory of natural selection. They could no longer explain man’s origin as created according to the…Continue

Tags: Evolution, Newton, Einstein, Science, Religion

What can come of trying to read Richard Dawkins while using the Library of Hartford Seminary (or vice versa)

Started by Claudia Mercedes Mazzucco Oct 29, 2010. 0 Replies

Richard Dawkins tells us in his 2006 New York Times Bestseller - The God Delusion: “The God of the Old Testament is arguably the most unpleasant character in all fiction: jealous and proud of it; a…Continue

Tags: Nature, Darwin, Augustine, God, Sin

Haiti and the Hypocrisy of Christian Theology

Started by Sydni Moser Jan 28, 2010. 0 Replies

Haiti and the Hypocrisy of Christian TheologyBy Richard Dawkins - Washington PostWe know what caused the catastrophe in Haiti. It was the bumping and grinding of the Caribbean Plate rubbing up…Continue

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Comment by Claudia Mercedes Mazzucco on October 29, 2010 at 4:10pm
Extracted from the Atheist Rabbi:

Jonathon Moseley is a Virginia lawyer and creationist who worked for Christine O’Donnell’s primary campaign. In an article on Christian News Wire, he attacks the separation of church and state and then moves on to the necessity of teaching “intelligent design” in schools.
Moseley also charged: "Coons [O’Donnell’s opponent] also showed appalling ignorance about science as well. The heart and soul of science is questioning established thinking, challenging assumptions, challenging conventional wisdom, and debating both sides of every issue. It is not possible to prepare students to be competent in science without preparing them to look at scientific questions from different angles, examine assumptions, and ask questions outside the box. What Coons would have our schools teach is not science at all, but superstition. Presenting only one point of view without debate never has been and never can be called science. Even if Intelligent Design is taught only as a foil or teaching tool, one cannot teach science by offering only one view."

First of all, this yokel wouldn’t know science if it came up to him and said, “Hi, I’m Science” and then bit him in his ass. What really gets me is that these primitives have taken to using the language of science and reason to attack the scientific and reasonable. What is this crap about teaching from “different angles” and calling evolution “superstition?” Is he serious with this? Are he and his ilk really so stupid? “Intelligent design” is based on a story book. It’s as scientific as Humpty-Dumpty. There is no debate about evolution. It’s a fact.
Comment by Eljay on September 20, 2010 at 8:20am
I finally got to see the great Professor speak in London on Saturday 18th Sept at Protest The Pope. It was a short but powerful comment on the hypocrisy of Ratzinger who said, on the first day of his recent UK visit, that we must fight the rise of "aggressive secularism" and we'd do well to remember that Hitler promoted "godlessness" - Dawkins pointed out, however, something we might know but not enough others do: the Catholic Church has had a strong supportive association with the ol' Catholic, Hitler himself. Dawkins also mentioned that we've done well to get the Vatican so riled that they now have to attack atheism in order to distract everyone else from their own crimes.

Sadly, even though I got within a few feet of him afterwards, he was whisked away before I could go for the handshake and the "thank-you". Still - well done, Dawkins!
Comment by Annie on September 5, 2010 at 5:38pm
Dawkins will be starting his US speaking tour this month! I'm wondering if anybody else will be going to the event in Los Angeles on Oct 6th at the Skeptic Society...hit me up if you are!
Comment by Hector on August 31, 2010 at 3:31pm
The Greatest Show On Earth - Paperback Release August 24th
Comment by Brooke Bender on August 26, 2010 at 8:09pm
I just found this on a Salon article entitled, "The sexiest man living!"
The entirety of the article can be found here:

Who: Richard Dawkins
Age: 65
Know him as: Evolutionary scientist and author, most recently of "The God Delusion."

Wonder is sexy. Knowledge is sexy. And embodying both as much as any man in the world today is a man in a tweed jacket riding his bike around the Oxford University campuses, the damp English breeze sweeping a curtain of silver hair from the delicate bones of his face. Yes, those cheekbones, those piercing eyes, that pursed bow of a mouth -- but that brain, oh that brain, oh, god, that brain -- is what makes Richard Dawkins, evolutionary biologist and the most famous atheist in the world, the sexiest man around.

Dawkins is the professor I never had an affair with, whose very sentence structure threatens to weaken my concentration on the content of his words. Call me deluded: I ache for his atheism; I reel from his reasoning. He is my James Bond, a well-attired, fearless seeker of truth in the face of nihilism.

I dream of his perfectly-accented voice -- Oxbridge softened by a childhood spent in, sigh, East Africa -- whispering to me from his latest book, "The God Delusion," a defense of endless curiosity in the face of omnipresent theism. "If the demise of god will leave a gap, different people will fill it in different ways. My way includes a good dose of science, the honest and systematic endeavor to find out the truth about the real world." Take me with you, Richard: You put the "sex" in sexagenarian. Let us clinch in a godless embrace, crying out to what we know does not exist, searching, searching evermore.

-- Lauren Sandler
Comment by Brooke Bender on August 26, 2010 at 12:28am
Richard Dawkins is so cute. Especially in his early documentaries, but no matter how old he gets he will always be foxy in my book ;)
Comment by Annie on July 15, 2010 at 1:58pm
Richard Dawkins speaking at U of Alaska, Fairbanks, Thur Jul-15 7pm
From: 15 July 2010 To: 16 July 2010

Location: U of Alaska, Fairbanks, Thur


Author and scientist Richard Dawkins will speak at the University of Alaska Fairbanks Thursday, July 15 at 7 p.m. in the Davis Concert Hall on the UAF campus.

Dawkins’ lecture, “Is Religion a Darwinian Adaptation? Or is it Intelligently Designed?” is free and open to the public. A book sale and signing will follow in the Great Hall.

The lecture will also be available via live webcast. Visit on the day of the lecture for the link.
Comment by Hector on July 13, 2010 at 9:02am
By all means let's be open-minded, but not so open-minded that our brains drop out.
Richard Dawkins
Comment by Hector on July 12, 2010 at 10:11am
A universe with a God would look quite different from a universe without one. A physics, a biology where there is a God is bound to look different. So the most basic claims of religion are scientific. Religion is a scientific theory-Richard Dawkins.
Comment by Hector on July 10, 2010 at 10:22am

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