Sunday, March 11, 2007

The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins

An atheist giving a public lecture on his book, The God Delusion, at Randolph-Macon Woman's College must contend with some audience members from nearby Liberty University. He does so admirably well. Spend 100 minutes or so with an extremely thoughtful public intellectual.


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Oh, you are a baaad man.

Hotel Dante has your reservation booked and billed. :-)

Italia said...

The God Delusion perfectly illustrates his viewpoint to make the reader understand his perspectives concerning religion and needlessness of it. He breaks it down in simple terms and while there may be some "scholarly" language that might be hard for the average person to comprehend, he stays on track and delivers a thought-provoking insight into Atheism and the benefits for a lack of faith -- not only in an individual, but in society. Some may say that he came off "too harsh" regarding religion and its followers, but that is to be assumed that those accusations were inevitable.