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Matt H.'s Avatar Jump to comment 13 by Matt H.

When he did get around to addressing them, he was either stiffly earnest or unconvincingly pally, like some brilliant but remote uncle you might find in a Narnia book. Although, of course, you couldn't put Dawkins in a Narnia book or he'd be forever lecturing the Pevensie children about the non-existence of Aslan.

While the thought of Richard in Narnia made me laugh, I don't think he would be 'forever lecturing' the children. Instead, I think he'd be suggesting to them that they believe things based on the evidence.

Sat, 09 Aug 2008 14:13:00 UTC | #215286