A Fire-side Reading of Dawkins' Hate Mail

Re: A Fire-side Reading of Dawkin's Hate Mail

Postby fenlander » 02 Apr 2011, 11:58

wollemi wrote:I wish Dawkins would stick to doing evolutionary science. That is interesting. His views on religion are not.

Well according to his book sales a LOT of people disagree with you.
But you make a good point as Dawkins once said he wished non scientifically qualified religious people would quit commenting on evolution and stick to religion.
I kind of agree with you however as religion is based on faith and has nothing to do with evidience or science as far as I can see. Yah science stays with evidence and religion with faith. Sound fair enough to me.
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