In the following video Richard Dawkins expresses his opinions about The God Delusion, his retirement, his further wished to indoctrinate children and much, much more. Richard Dawkins, being the linguistic opportunist that he is, refer to The God Delusion as a rather funny book and was actually intended to be a funny book, a humorous book.
Do not ask me why but a lot of people are asking that question. Perhaps Richard Dawkins will have to repeat Mark Twain's quip upon learning that his obituary had been published, "The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated." So, is Richard Dawkins still alive? Indeed, Richard Dawkins is alive and well. Well, well is a relative term; sure his militant activist atheist celebrity status has gained him quite a bit of notoriety or as John Cornwell put it,
This essay consists of the writing that we did on Professor Richard Dawkins in our essay The Gap Filler. Atheists claim that theists fill the gaps in our knowledge with God. The point of that more encompassing essay is that atheists likewise fill the gaps in our knowledge, they do so by appealing to time, chance, matter, faith and imagination.
Richard Dawkins deals with the issue of abortion in a manner that is sadly indicative of the way in which he deals with every subject. He does not tackle the issue in and of itself but merely dispatches his straw man version of the issue. Rather than covering this sensitive and complicated issue he narrowly concocts his own particular, and peculiar, definitions and then discredits what are merely his own caricatures. In fact, he does not define what an abortion is-what it means to "get an abortion" and what the various procedures actually are.
This essay consists of the Professor Richard Dawkins portions of a more encompassing essay entitled Look Both Ways Two Atheistic Logical Fallacies. The point of the original essay is that it is very common to find atheists committing twin logical fallacies that we have termed: the fallacy of validation by projection and the fallacy of validation by regression. In order to validate their beliefs atheist look both ways, up and down, the corridors of time-to the inaccessible past and future.
Professor Dawkins appears to be so enamored with the document hypothesis that he commits a fallacy: the argument from personal incredulity. In other words if I find something hard to believe then it must not have happened. In this case, Prof. Richard Dawkins appears to find it hard to believe that two similar events could have occurred in the history of the world, or in the history of a nation, or in an individual's life.
Having made reference to Genesis 19 Prof. Richard Dawkins makes that following comment in referring to Judges 19: