In Western culture we love to hate or point out all the weird things about Christianity, Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens and Bill Maher have made life-long careers pointing out the contradictions and absurdities of Christianit...
One could argue that Richard Dawkins enjoys a sort of “sainthood” status among reddit’s atheist community, and that an AMA with the
Those following the work of the New Atheists have probably encountered the Richard Dawkins quip, “We are all atheists about most of the gods that humanity has ever believed in. Some of us just go one god further.” Aidan Kimel responds by remarking that “God is not a god,” and turns to this passage from […]
Illustration by Cei Willis Richard Dawkins can always be relied upon to give a sense of perspective. When Rebecca Watson complained about a creepy guy accosting her in an elevator at an atheism conference, the godless leader was quick...Show More Summary
So, Richard Dawkins has once again become an unintentional social media star with a sequence of tweets: Bin Laden has won, in airports of the world every day. I had a little jar of honey, now thrown away by rule-bound dundridges. STUPID waste. — Richard Dawkins (@RichardDawkins) November 3, 2013 And when he received some [Read More...]
by Richard Bastien November 5, 2013 (MercatorNet) - In a recent interview published in the online edition of The New Republic, Richard Dawkins defines religious faith as “belief without evidence” and describes it as contrary to science, the latter being “just a way of achieving something real, something…
Richard Dawkins is at his erudite best in this interview with American talk show host Bill Maher in which he explains all manner of things such as why, without some form of external stimulus, animals - including monkeys and humans - do not constantly evolve if they live within a stable environment or habitat. Show More Summary
Have the terrorists won? Better question: If Winnie The Pooh self-actualized and lived to be his true 87-year-old self, and that 87-year-old self was really pissed off all the time, wouldn’t he sound exactly like...
If you didn’t spend your Sunday evening on Twitter, perhaps you didn’t realize that Dawkins is once again the star of social media, thanks to this Tweet: Bin Laden has won, in airports of the world every day. I had a little jar of honey, now thrown away by rule-bound dundridges. Show More Summary
I'm aware I should have written this yesterday. But sod it, UsVsTh3m have just released a game called Richard Dawkins: Honey Defender, so maybe it's still current. The Dawk Lord tweeted the following yesterday: Bin Laden has won, in airports of the world every day. I had a little jar of honey, now thrown away [...]
Over the weekend, Richard Dawkins was roundly mocked for tweeting about the fact that the TSA took a bottle of honey from his personal belongings at an airport security checkpoint. He said the fact that he no longer has his honey means that Osama bin Laden has won: Bin Laden has won, in airports of the world every day. Show More Summary
It’s not that often I feel a real bond with Richard Dawkins but no sooner did I read his diatribe about Osama bin Laden having won the global war on… Continue reading The post Richard Dawkins is right: Osama bin Laden has made air travel insufferable appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
On last week's "Real Time with Bill Maher," guest Richard Dawkins made a few headlines when he said that he's "sure Obama is an atheist." Even though he didn't elaborate on that, we know what he's implying: President Obama, intelligent...Show More Summary
Richard Dawkins is someone whom I greatly admire for his steadfast determination to tell the truth about religion and religious belief, as he sees and engages with the world - on the basis of science, logic and evidence - and for his refusal to be browbeaten by by fundamentalism of any kind. Show More Summary
Glenn Beck took on Richard Dawkins on Monday for telling Bill Maher that he thinks President Obama is an atheist and that Pope Francis being more moderate than his predecessors makes him a "dangerous" figure.
In the Overtime segment of his show Friday night, Bill Maher read a viewer-submitted question about how close the United States is to electing an atheist president. Richard Dawkins suspected many serving politicians are hiding their nonbelief from the faithful public, while Michael Moore predicted they would have an atheist president in their lifetimes.
It’s rare that I agree with Jason Whitlock, but I agree with him that the discussion on religion on last night’s Real Time with Bill Maher was quite good. The guests involved were evangelical athiest Richard Dawkins, Michael Moore, Valerie Plame and Al Sharpton, whose giant, post-weight loss head freaks me out more and more each time I see it.
Richard Dawkins appeared on Real Time with Bill Maher last night and discussed everything from why people fear outspoken atheists to President Obama's supposed atheism: