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Sir John Sulston, John Harris, Richard Dawkins are part of the video.
Could the aftermath (and fall out) of their “debate” be a misunderstanding, at least in part?
With all due respect to Prof Singer and others whose academic shoe-laces I am unworthy to loosen, what value would the non-existence of God, even if proven right, add to the human experience?
Aren’t the philosophical derivatives of atheism – communism, rationalism and materialism – despised, at least in theory, in the Western hemisphere, being associated with retrogression and selfishness?
These aren’t exactly difficult things for atheists to answer. The problems caused by religion would largely go away, just for one. Then there’s the artificial and biased standards of morality that religion imposes, such as prejudice against gays and nonbelievers. Etc…
The strident secularism of Dawkins and Hitchens misses a bigger point. God doesn’t have to be great for religion to be worthwhile