Dawkins Goes Ballistic

The religion of anti-religion strikes again.

Shadow To Light

Tweety Dawk is getting serious now – he is using all caps!

First of all, while it may be Dawkins’ personal opinion that Christianity is a “dopey unsubstantiated superstition,” that’s all it is – a personal opinion. Dawkins is entitled to his opinions, but let us remember they are the opinions of a closed-minded, anti-religious activist.

Second, as for “unsubstantiated,” I have documented on this blog that nothing could count as evidence for Christianity in the mind of Richard Dawkins. He even admitted that he has only been paying “lip service” to the need for evidence. So spare us the dishonest posturing, Richard.

Third, notice all the chest-thumping with the “how dare you” challenges. Dawkins comes off as an old man shouting at the kids…

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4 Responses to Dawkins Goes Ballistic

  1. Branch says:

    When you think about it, Dawkins isn’t very intelligent.

  2. drprice2 says:

    If Dawkins wasn’t such an inspiration to so many people, I could take his rants in stride. But really, his mindset translated into state action means war. As in literal bullets literally flying. Such a regime would be ipso facto illegitimate.

    I don’t consider myself a particularly bellicose man, but threatening to take away the right of parents to form their children according to their values is a totalitarian threat, and it brings out my inner revolutionary.

  3. Tony Jokin says:

    I believe that Dawkins in some of his books actually claims that there is no such thing as an objective morality. Everything is just merely an evolutionary by product.

    So by his own position, it would seem that giving children religion is an evolutionary by product in which case one should follow it because it is probably advantageous for survival. Secondly, it makes no sense to object against giving religion to children because he has admitted he has no actual moral basis. So it is not clear what “law” he thinks that one has dared to transgress in giving an child religion. Certainly no law of natural science (the only thing he thinks true) was broken in giving a child religion haha.

  4. CiteCoisasQueIrritam says:


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