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3 thoughts on “Hypocrisy and Dishonesty Rolled Into One: Richard Dawkins’s ‘Science in the Soul’

  1. Excellent blog, Tom! But I wouldn’t consider Dawkins’ blatantly bad description of God as due to “idiocy” in any sense. I believe he knows exactly what he’s doing and saying. Unfortunately, non-Christians may not recognize how unlike the Christian God his “god” is and actually believe him! But I appreciate you calling him out. Keep up the good work.

  2. Dawkins accuses those who disagree with him of “idioticity”, and Tom turns his own argument back on him… Tom later clarifies himself and makes the sound argument that Dawkins is not guilty of idiocy, but intellectual dishonesty.

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