A Christian friend of mine said,
"So for all the genius of Dawkins (who I
believe is a great scientist, but poor philosopher), his theory of how
science can explain away God hits two major snags along the way. Purpose
and genesis. The best explanation for these I have heard is "that we
don't have the answers yet, but we will". But what is that if not faith?
That is why I hold that Dawkins pushes a faith, despite his desperate
angst to convince the world he only runs on pure objective science."
Uh..... I thought looking the continuous pursuance of a rational and logical answer was the very antithesis of faith? Do you think Dawkin's is pushing a faith then after reading that quote?