Richard Dawkins: I can't be sure God does not exist
He is regarded as the most famous atheist in the world but last night Professor Richard Dawkins admitted he could not be sure that God does not exist.
By John Bingham, Religious Affairs Editor
7:19AM GMT 24 Feb 2012
He told the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, that he preferred to call himself an agnostic rather than an atheist.
The two men were taking part in a public “dialogue” at Oxford University at the end of a week which has seen bitter debate about the role of religion in public life in Britain.
Has Richard Dawkins found a worthy opponent at last?
'Iron Pete' Higgs of God particle fame has accused Richard Dawkins of adopting a 'fundamentalist' approach when dealing with believers
By Nigel Farndale
7:00PM GMT 29 Dec 2012
Montgomery needed his Rommel, Wellington his Napoleon, Jeremy Clarkson his Piers Morgan. In a similar spirit, I suspect Richard Dawkins has always longed for an opponent worthy of him.
In his programmes about atheism, he often finds himself having to argue with a creationist from Ohio or Kentucky, one who thinks that hair should be cut around a pudding bowl and cavemen shared the earth with dinosaurs.
Richard Dawkins attacks 'irrelevant' religion in Rowan Williams debate
Prominent atheist Prof Richard Dawkins last night attacked religion as ''redundant and irrelevant'' during a debate against the former Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams.
...to these mostly Dinosaurs in Logic, on this day February 01 of 2013 !
Relevant only because of Governments placing them as relevant, and Academia doing so also...!
...Welcome to pure logic, that has no need to tell story tales to adult humans...!