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Richard Dawkins on religion (again)

I saw Dawkins’s TV second programme on religion yesterday. I always think there is something slighly old-fashioned about his attacks on religion - almost a 19C tone. But I was glad he finished on a positive note about atheism, saying that the naturalistic world view is far richer than any of the faith-based alternatives. This is very much my own feeling. I’ve always found that the less my thinking is circumscribed by belief systems, the happier I feel. But I suspect I’m a little unusual here.

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