The damage Dawkins has done is cultural rather than personal.
This week, NPR’s Scott Simon spoke with evolutionary biologist and atheist Richard Dawkins about religion, terrorism, and
Pew's research requires interviews with thousands of people to obtain a result that is representative of the general population
There's no need for releasing the Searchers to find out the cause for the current incredulity about God. At some point in
We must accept material evolution for what it is and our mental and social worlds for what they are. The fact that we know more about the former than the latter does not negate the importance of mind and interaction in shaping who we are and what we can become.
The fundamental problem with religion is that believers--about 5 billion people right now on Planet Earth--are so sure they're "correct" on anything and everything they believe.
I concur with the New York Times editorialists who, among others, declared President Obama’s speech in Dallas this week a
Given that both atheists and individuals with a strong faith often suffer from negative stereotyping, it might seem that
Yes, we care for those we love -- but so do most if not all members of the mammalian class, and no small number of species in other classes as well. Some other mammals are as devoted in their fulfillment of parental obligation as the very best of us.
Follow at: LinkedIN; Twitter; Facebook Nor need you be literate in molecular genetics per se, any more than you need learn