Richard Dawkins: An atheist’s call to arms

August 27, 2010 § 1 Comment

One of the more entertaining and funny talks by Richard Dawkins, this time from TED talks in 2008. I’d be interested in what you think of this one. I tend to agree with him, though BadAstronomer and Sam Harris don’t seem to be 100% in line with him either. Is there room for all types of discourse? Or should we be looking to find a united voice?

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§ One Response to Richard Dawkins: An atheist’s call to arms

  • Andrew Skegg says:

    I think there is enough room for everyone, each with their own individual approaches. We are not a religion which must adhere to core tenants or codes of behavior. We do not have a central authority to which we all subscribe and must dogmatically follow. The aim is to educate, shock, deprogram, and deconvert the poisoned minds of the religious. I do much much care how this is achieved, though I certainly would not advocate violence or coercion since these methods never truly change people’s minds.

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