Thursday, September 06, 2007

Dawkins on Hitchens

Richard Dawkins reviews god is not Great. It's a great review, and Dawkins says all the right things.

(h/t to Geoff Arnold)


  1. Barefoot Bum,

    You have to read this guy and his take on Dawkins review of Hitchens (and my discussion with him). I think you might find it interesting because he apparently fancies himself a bit of a philosopher.

  2. Meh. Parableman is a garden-variety double-digit IQ theistard. I've "argued" against a gazillion guys like him and it always ends up with me banging my head against the wall.

  3. I know what you mean. I found endless flaws in his post and his comments to me and didn't bother to take them point-by-point. It seemed useless. I really don't usually do what I did there. Once in a while I will, but it DOES feel like banging the head against a wall.


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