CJDobs wrote:Can't prove my disbeliefs of course, and therein lies the dilemna on both sides Not sure Dawkins or Hitchen are the men the put Atheism in the main stream as one is too smug and the other too angry.
Dotsie wrote:I don't really know if I need a tool though, I don't need proof that God doesn't exist and I don't necessarily agree with Dawkins that religion is always bad. Faith schools though, I'm with him on this one. Why bother with a science class if all you'll be teaching is religion? And how come religious education in these schools isn't regulated by the same body as all other subjects? Bad, very bad.
raisindot wrote: Using logic to defeat logic has the potential to change minds, or at least to make a believer realize that there is no logic to believe in a deity, only faith itself. Which is absolutely fine. I have nothing against people believing what they want to believe.
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