Richard Dawkins reads his hate mail

This is quite amusing. We’ve heard these “loving Christian messages” before, but very funny the way Dawkins presents them.

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13 Responses to Richard Dawkins reads his hate mail

  1. Robster says:

    It’s like sharing a special joke with an uncle. Hearing a distinguished, educated and articulate gentleman like Professor Dawkins utter the ‘F’ word was a treasure. I’m glad he read them as writ.

  2. Brian says:

    Hearing a distinguished, educated and articulate gentleman like Professor Dawkins utter the ‘F’ word was a treasure.

    You will love this one then.

    I saw Richard Dawkins deliver a lecture at ASU two years ago. He’s very entertaining to watch.

  3. jimmer54 says:

    Stardust
    Thanks. That is so good. Such loving e-mail.

  4. ScottDogg says:

    Damn that is too funny! I can see that how his cat runs away at the start that he is not amused with Richard’s hate e-mail! And does he jump off the couch in reverse at 1:35?

    When you die, that’s it, game over! How pointless is that?

    When you die, that’s not it, you press A, right, L1, up, R2, *boop buup beep* Continue & God Mode! How bullshit is that?

  5. MichaelTAtheist says:

    I’ve yet to figure it out… but why are ‘Loving Jesus’ followers the most hateful people you’re likely to know??????

  6. Stardust says:

    Brian, just watched the clip in your link. Excellent Dawkins response!

  7. Stardust says:

    SA, TMT…very interesting theory and would make an excellent post. I might just start working on that. Thanks!

  8. ChuckA says:

    No doubt, I’m assuming, quite a collection of highly hateful and/or totally despicable blocked comments from AO’s very own queue could occasionally be assembled, and listed, perhaps anonymously…
    Stardust?
    “Just sayin’!”
    Of course, not, IMHO, for the purpose of getting into any endless, futile, arguments…just for…erm…
    shaking our ‘composite’ heads in (totally unsurprised) disbelief?
    “If youse get my drift!”
    It could be amusing; say…perhaps…
    once a month, just for laughs? ;)

  9. @Stardust – If you’re interested, there’s an excellent documentary on TMT called Flight From Death, which interviews a number of psychologists researching this area (narrated by Gabriel Byrne).

  10. MichaelTAtheist says:

    Thank you, Shamelessly Atheistic, this film is available from Netflix… I just entered it into my queue. However it’s only available for instant view right now. Should be an interesting watch.

  11. Brooklyn Boy says:

    I find it so fascinating that this “all-powerful” god, who can move mountains and make the sun stand still, can’t withstand a little criticism without having to marshal an army of ignorant, hateful morons who are so devoid of the intellectual tools to counter the argument that they have to resort to the angry vitriol that Dawkins was mocking.

  12. Mark says:

    I personally think that the people who join in such religious groups is to give them the chance to express the hate that is deep down inside of them. HATE for anyone who does not drink from the same kool-aid tub that they do.

    If they only realized that the phrase “Do not worship false gods” was intended to keep them loyal to their earthly masters, and share their incomes.

    Maybe the next time the religious right tries to have the Ten Commandments posted in public buildings we should demand that Thomas Pain’s “The Age of Reason” be posted at all their churches. After all, Thomas Pains writings and thoughts influenced the others who created this country and its constitution.

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