Oh, if you're tired of watching the paint dry, check out the debate between Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss on how scientists ought to approach religion--you know, the kind of mindless religion that attacks science, not the kind that accepts that the universe began before the Stone Age. It's in the July issue of Scientific American.
Richard Dawkin: "Let's get off our knees, stop cringing before bogeymen and virtual fathers, face reality, and help science to do something constructive about human suffering."
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For Darwin Day, Richard Dawkins answered questions about evolution for his viewers. The latest one discusses how learned behavior evolves into inherited instinct:
Atheist author Richard Dawkins said in Twitter messages on Monday that Islam continues to uphold punishments such as stonings, and preaches about world domination, while Christianity and Judaism have moved away from such "Middle Ages" teachings.
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_0kFU7IfPM&fs=1&hl=en_US] An excellent speech from Richard Dawkins. He explains that the Hitler was a Catholic and a Christian, NOT an atheist as the Pope is trying to claim, and then delves into some of the other stupid ideas this Ratzinger Pope has. Show More Summary
Atheists are spending this Christian holiday the way they spend most of them — by pointing out its absurdities on social media sites like Twitter. Noted atheist Richard Dawkins, for example, asked a very loaded question of his followers this morning: Who is the most over-rated person in...
For Darwin Day, Richard Dawkins answered questions about evolution for his viewers. The latest one discusses whether every offspring is a slightly new species:
Richard Dawkins has caused fury on Twitter claiming it is "immoral" to allow unborn babies with Down's syndrome to live. But what do relatives of people with Down's syndrome think?
In honor of Darwin Day, celebrating Charles Darwin’s contributions to evolutionary theory, reputed evolutionary biologist and ethologist Richard Dawkins fielded a question regarding how evolution explains homosexuality. Dawkins elaborated on homosexuality’s role in natural selection and how the homosexual gene...
Tuesday night, CNN aired a special on Atheism, called “Atheism: Inside The World Of Non-Believers.” I watched it, and, as a “non-believer,” I was not particularly amused. First of all, they called Richard Dawkins the “Father of Atheism,” which is 32 flavors of ridiculous, and second, the whole thing really seemed to portray atheists as […]
For Darwin Day, Richard Dawkins answered questions about evolution for his viewers. The latest one discusses how homosexuality makes sense within the theory of evolution:
Categories: Activism Religion This evening, CNN aired an hour-long documentary entitled, “Atheists: Inside the World of Non-Believers.” Heavy on names like Dave Silverman and Richard Dawkins, but light on diversity, the documentary largely seemed to... (Read more...)
An atheist blogger has recently denounced the efforts of non-theists like Bill Maher and Richard Dawkins, arguing that they promote "tribalism" and a strategy that is "a recipe for failure."
Atheist author Richard Dawkins has been placed on Block Bot, a program that hides people on Twitter deemed to be offensive or abusive. Dawkins, who has been accused by users of being racist and a "rape-apologist," said that he objects to being libelled.
Prominent atheists like Bill Maher and Richard Dawkins judge people of faith. Here's why that is a recipe for failure. I’ve written before about the root causes of religious conflict — in a nutshell: it is not about what many people would...Show More Summary
Sunday morning, evolutionary biologist and prominent atheist Richard Dawkins learned he’d earned a new position — on BlockBot’s list. BlockBot, a program designed to block and hide people on Twitter who may be offensive or who may engage in abusive, harassing, or stalking behaviors, and many are calling the list defamatory and libelous. Show More Summary
Prominent atheists like Bill Maher and Richard Dawkins judge people of faith. Here's why it's a recipe for failure
For Darwin Day, Richard Dawkins answered questions about evolution for his viewers. The latest one discusses what would happen if DNA was unable to mutate, grinding evolution to a halt:
Atheist comedian Patton Oswalt of "King of Queens" fame has denounced Bill Maher and Richard Dawkins for their repeated criticisms of Islam by comparing the controversial figures to the Topeka, Kansas-based Westboro Baptist Church c...