The Weaver of Tall Tales Ultimately, the adult Prof. Richard Dawkins stated,
Month: August 2008
The UU on Atheism, Agnosticism and Christianity:In this segment we will consider UU’s statements regarding Atheism, Agnosticism and Christianity. Under the heading Atheism/Agnosticism, the UU states:
While the essay Christopher Hitchens – Theological Fallacies and Miscomprehensions was posted at Atheism is Dead, someone made a point in the comments section that I thought would be best addressed in a new essay rather than in the nether regions of that post’s comment section.
It may be of interest to note Michael Patrick Leahy’s book and corresponding website and blog. His book is entitled, Letter to an Atheist.
The UU’s Principles and Sources:In their article, Our Principles, we find the following UU elucidations:
Sunday School Atheism Now, let us backtrack into Prof. Richard Dawkins’ background and how he came to discover, or invent, the beautifully sinister theory. As it turns out, Prof. Richard Dawkins started life as a child. Actually, he was born at a young age. Just a little comedy relief break. Our interest here is Prof. …
I admit that I am at a loss as to what the qualifications to any answer proposed to Christopher Hitchens’ challenges might entail.
NOTE: This post was written by a onetime Atheism is Dead (True Freethinker’s predecessor) contributor named Josh.
“The Jewel of Medina” is the title of a book that Random House refuses to publish. “The novel traces the life of A’isha from her engagement to Mohammed, when she was six, until the prophet’s death.” The novel’s author, Sherry Jones, “I have deliberately and consciously written respectfully about Islam and Mohammed_I envisioned that my …
Miraculous Richard Dawkins further expresses his reliance upon materialism to explain all things: