In Conversation with Richard Dawkins – Hosted by Stephen Law

Professor Richard Dawkins in conversation with Dr Stephen Law, senior lecturer at Heythrop College, University of London, discussing the major issues of importance to humanists and atheists at a time when opposition to rationalist thought appears to be on the rise. Filmed at the Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford, on Friday 15th February 2013.

February 2013 marked the forth annual Think Week — a week of high profile public events that ran from the 8th to the18th February. Think Week was organized by student groups from both local Universities, the Oxford Humanists and Oxford Sea of Faith. Events covered a range of themes from science and philosophy to politics, equality, human rights, and the arts.

Their term ‘evolutionist’..

There is not such thing as an ‘evolutionist’.
There are those who understand evolution, and those who do not.

Technology exists.
Some people understand it, some people don’t.
Imagine if the people who didn’t understand technology called everyone else ‘technologists’ and said that the real reason we can communicate using radio waves is because God created cell phones 6 years ago using magical powers.
That is how stupid you sound.

I wouldn’t be surprised if they took up believing this crap too.