Dawkin’s Delusion

by Bryant Evans on October 12, 2009

Richard Dawkins, the ranting atheist of Oxford University who embarrassed himself with an thoroughly illogical examination of the existence of God in “The God Delusion” has given an empowered reply to Wayne Jackson at Christian Courier. Jackson has been an opponent of Dawkins and his foolish ideas. Take a look at this post with Dawkins comment and a quick review of an important book which assails the thinking of the professor.

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Brandon October 28, 2009 at 1:04 am

Dawkins is not the one with the delusion, sir.

Bryant Evans October 28, 2009 at 5:04 am

Thank you for visiting.

Dawkins book, “The God Delusion,” is one of the worst written books I have ever suffered through. His arguments are little more than ad hominem attacks and bluster. Some reports even suggest his Oxford colleagues were ashamed of his supposed scholarship.

His rage against the belief in God sounds more like ramblings of a deluded sick man than a respected university professor. Sorry but he is fully deluded – for now.

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