Up until yesterday, I was familiar with the title “The Dawkins Delusion.” It is the title of an excellent book by Alister McGrath.
However, yesterday I was introduced to this little Gem. it’s a fantastic parody of Dawkins, using all his tact, style and wisdom to show that belief in not simply God, but in Richard Dawkins himself is, well, a delusion. This is satire at its finest. This guy, “Dr Terry Tommyrot,” has the act down flawlessly. if you’ve ever actually seen or heard Dawkins speak on this subject, you’ll appreciate this one.
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I tried about 10 times yesterday to embed that very same You Tube into our blog and then add text above it with links.
No matter what I did if I got the You Tube embedded the text had to come after it. The minute I tried to put the links into the text or put the text above the You Tube it would no longer show.
How do you do it?
I’ll email you the instructions.
This video is just pathetic. You realize that you lose all credibility by saying it’s “This is satire at its finest”, don’t ya?. Get a life, faith-junkie, or rather go back to the Middle Ages where you came from and where you belong.
That wasn’t hard. But then I suspect what I just did will be lost on you, just like the video above.
Oh dear Age of Reason (*chuckle*). A bit of a raw nerve?
Suck it up AoR, I would hope that even Dawkins would find that one funny.
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