Dawkins' new book: for children (Introduction)

by dhw, Sunday, December 29, 2019, 10:38 (97 days ago) @ David Turell

DAVID: A new review points out that he writes better for small undeveloped minds, but his ideas are no better:
https://churchlifejournal.nd.edu/articles/richard-dawkins-discovers-his-ideal-idiom-and...

QUOTE: "Well, really, perhaps none of this matters very much. Readers with serious minds took leave of Dawkins years ago.”

No point in my offering an opinion of a book I haven’t read, and since this website began as an agnostic’s direct riposte to Dawkins’ God Delusion, I am certainly no fan of his. However, the case for God is not helped by a review that stoops just as low as he does in its attempt to ridicule the opposition. Readers with serious minds will recognize that Dawkins has offered serious arguments against belief in an unknown and unknowable, infinite, eternal and almighty mind which is simply there, having come from no source. I have little time for pots that call kettles black.


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