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'The lion sleeps- rest in peace, Cesar.'   Words attached to Sir Rod Stewart's wreath for Billy McNeill.


"The fool says in his heart, There is no God."  Mr Dawkins claims there is no God.  Therefore, Mr. Dawkins is a fool.

In my reading of his much - praised book "The God Delusion", I find many things that make me wonder how this man has risen to such pre-eminence that one magazine has voted him as one of the world's three top intellectuals.

For example, on the dedication page he quotes Douglas Adams: "Isn't it enough to see that a garden is beautiful without having to believe that there are fairies at the bottom of it too."  There may not be fairies, Mr Dawkins, but there was certainly a gardener. 

On page 140 he writes about: "That initial stroke of luck."  We are discussing, for heaven sake, the creation of our wonderful planet, and dear Mr Dawkins is talking about 'luck'.  Worse is to follow, when he asserts that: "However small the minority of evolution-friendly planets may be, our planet necessarily has to be one of them."  Why 'necessarily'? Then his confusion increases on page 138, when he writes: "A chemical model need only predict that life will arise on one planet in a billion billion to give us a good and entirely satisfying explanation for the presence of life here."  If those were the odds in a horse race ...?

Finally, showing his arrogance, Mr. Dawkins, writing on page 92 about the miracle of the sun at Fatima in 1917, declares: "If you have had such an experience, you may well find yourself believing firmly that it was real.  But don't expect the rest of us to take your word for it."  What a humble man!

God bless you Mr. Dawkins, perhaps one day you will follow the example of Anthony Flew and cry out: "You have conquered, Oh Galilean.  I Believe."





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