Alain de Botton, atheism, Lawrence M. Krauss, Religion and Spirituality, Richard Dawkins, Steve Paikin
Well, first off – this post is inspired from a blog that I visited where it was suggested that narrative and symbolism of religious making may have lasting value. See: Gods & heroes by Steve Morris
Second, I am Christian and this post is not intended to inspire nor put down anything. Its just an aside post here, I think. What it may mean to you is what I don’t know.
Please make comment if you’d care to do so. I probably don’t want to debate. I do wonder what others think though.
Religion is not just for
Philosopher and author Alain de Botton says non-believers can learn a lot from religion – without believing in God. He sits down with Steve Paikin.
If you are still with me, I wonder what you may think about an insider view of what strategies atheists talk about on views of how to convince people to consider un-belief. Actually, I hope to see the film being discussed. I did discover that it probably is not a decisive blast against religion but I haven’t seen it yet. So, I have this:
Regarding the documentary “The Unbelievers”
Here are two of the men featured in the film: professor Richard Dawkins and physicist Lawrence Krauss sitting down with Steve Paikin to tell us that they don’t believe.
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