Richard Dawkins attempts to systematically dispel any and all rationalizations for believing in a supreme being. I believe it is a valiant attempt, but the pure act of trying to convince others that there is no god is, to me, part of a religion in and of itself.
I do not believe in a god for two main reasons: 1) It makes me feel better than believing that there is a god, and 2) The idea allows people to avoid thinking on their own and simply assign anything they do not understand to something no one can explain. But if I tried to convince others they should bend to my way of "thinking" (believing), I feel that is the same as any other commonly accepted religion in existence.
The story itself was good, although not compelling.
The performance itself was very good....however, just illustrated my point further.
Yes - I enjoy hearing arguments for unprovable assumptions.
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