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Go to: Why are atheists so arrogant?

Chris Redmond's Avatar Jump to comment 3 by Chris Redmond

Fantastic weekend! Michael was wonderful throughout, and Maryame at the end was simply awesome. Btw, Richard, many thanks for signing 3 of my books! I was thrilled to get the chance to speak to you!

Mon, 06 Jun 2011 21:37:09 UTC | #635004

Go to: Faith-heads thrashed at Oxford Union

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Would you be willing to enter into debate with any more religious apologists, Richard? I'd imagine you still get bombarded with invites to debate William Lane Craig...?

Comment 7 by Richard Dawkins :

Forty-seven agreed it was, eh? Tut tut...

As A J Ayer once said, on a similar occasion, "What's gone wrong with our admissions procedure?"

Richard

Fri, 26 Nov 2010 19:54:00 UTC | #553858

Go to: What Does Stephen Hawking Think About God? (He's Such a Troublemaker)

Chris Redmond's Avatar Jump to comment 35 by Chris Redmond

Apologies for the block quote, by the way.

Sat, 16 Oct 2010 20:35:11 UTC | #534406

Go to: What Does Stephen Hawking Think About God? (He's Such a Troublemaker)

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"it seems that most religious people i talk to confuse richard dawkins with stephen hawkins. usually when i mention the author of the god delusion they say "ah the guy in the wheel chair with the computer voice".

You're absolutely right. I've lost count of the number of times I've heard people confuse their names, i.e., "Stephen Dawkins", "Richard Dawking", etc.

Sat, 16 Oct 2010 20:34:23 UTC | #534404

Go to: Francis Collins prays for Hitchens

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The more I hear about Collins, the less I like about him. I'm with Jerry Coyne on this one - keep this kind of mumbo-jumbo to yourself, and certainly don't publish it so sycophantically in The Washington Post. It's okay, we get it, you love Jesus and are still a good scientist to boot - you don't need to broadcast this for the world to see. Just stick to the Human Genome project and help us find a cure for cancer.

Sun, 26 Sep 2010 19:09:45 UTC | #525301

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