Dawkins Goes Ballistic

Tweety Dawk is getting serious now – he is using all caps!

First of all, while it may be Dawkins’ personal opinion that Christianity is a “dopey unsubstantiated superstition,” that’s all it is – a personal opinion. Dawkins is entitled to his opinions, but let us remember they are the opinions of a closed-minded, anti-religious activist.

Second, as for “unsubstantiated,” I have documented on this blog that nothing could count as evidence for Christianity in the mind of Richard Dawkins. He even admitted that he has only been paying “lip service” to the need for evidence. So spare us the dishonest posturing, Richard.

Third, notice all the chest-thumping with the “how dare you” challenges. Dawkins comes off as an old man shouting at the kids to get off his lawn. But he does convey just how deep his bigotry goes. Imagine if the man who says “How dare you raise your children to be religious” actually had some real power. What would he do with it? After all, a few years ago, he did sign and circulate a petition to make a religious upbringing illegal.

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6 Responses to Dawkins Goes Ballistic

  1. Reblogged this on FideCogitActio : "Omnis per gratiam" fidescogitactio @ gmail . com and commented:
    The religion of anti-religion strikes again.

  2. drprice2 says:

    Yep–and a growing number of people share his opinions. Try to take away our right to form our children according to our values, and you will have a literal war on your hands. War.

    I’m beginning to think the Left wants just that.

  3. Nolan says:

    The Left doesn’t want war.
    The Left wants as much war as the braying protestor (whatever the cause) wants a run-in with the police.
    As soon as things start to get physically “dirty” that protestor is the first to scream “someone please help me! Someone please help me!!”. For right or wrong…. they say one thing, but when they get what they want they fold.

    Now, they might act like they want it. But I can assure than when fists start to fly they’ll be the first to run.

    Look at it this way; how many atheist bloggers could do what a Cornelius Hunter or a Michael Egnor do? Host a blog where the majority of the comments are contra whatever the blog owner says.

    I can think of numerous religious or conservative blogs where the blog carries on inspite of the fact that most commenters are there to mock and deride the posts.
    Flip the script over at Coyne’s blog, do you really think he has the moxie to keep up if his blog was infested the way Hunter’s blog is? No way.

    They need that insulation among the like-minded. Because this life is the only game in town for them. They can’t risk to lose anything on this side of existence because there is no other side for them.

    When things get dirty and there’s chances that one can get hurt the Left will always concede ground for individual safety.

  4. Crude says:

    I also love that ‘how DARE you’ bit.

    How dare Dawkins decide for others what is or is not dopey or unsubstantiated. How dare he tell others what upbringing others are allowed to give their children.

  5. Ilíon says:

    How dare you force your dopey unsubstantiated superstitions on innocent children too young to resist? How DARE you?

    What’s this? A moral assertion-and-demand from one of the prime advocates of “there is no such thing as morality”?

  6. Dhay says:

    Here’s a recent Spectator article, entitled, “Now that Richard Dawkins is attacking Muslims and feminists, the atheist Left suddenly discover he’s a bigot”



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