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Talk:Richard Dawkins and agnosticism

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Two suggestions

  1. Protect the page to prevent vandalism. Based on history, any articles you create are troll-magnets.
  2. Don't copy and paste an article. Trim it down a bit so the "See also" will actually contain more content.
-- ~ JonG ~ 20:08, 20 December 2011 (EST)
Thanks for the suggestion to protect the article. I do think the correctly labeling Richard Dawkins' worldview will be upsetting to some agnostics who are "atheist posers". :) Second, I like the present version as it gives more context.Conservative 21:03, 20 December 2011 (EST)
First, I think this page could do with a category to make it easier for people to find it. Second, I suggest the atheism category. Could you please add the atheism category to the article Richard Dawkins's worldview to make it easier for people to find? I think this would increase the traffic to this page. This page is protected so I am unable to add the atheism category myself. Thanks ;)--CPalmer 10:28, 21 December 2011 (EST)
I changed the title of the article . I will add category tags. Conservative 09:18, 7 March 2012 (EST)

Percentages Don't Match

The 1.4 percent figure you quote is the chance (according to Dawkins) that there is a God, but the 6.9 out of 7 is the chance (according to Dawkins) that there isn't. These two figures should be brought in line with eachother. Either change 1.4 to 98.6 or chance 6.9 to 0.1. The page is protected so I can't edit. Gregkochuconn 08:58, 7 March 2012 (EST)

Thanks, fixed. Conservative 09:15, 7 March 2012 (EST)

Daily Telegraph Article of Feb 2012.

I think the original Daily Telegraph article(and the Daily Mail's report, as well as several other reports on the debate), and the Debate on which the article was reporting, need to be mentioned here strongly in perhaps a new section.

I think it should contain links to the video of the debate debate which can be found on the Telegraph's site and also on youtube.

I think this also should recieve it's own section on the original Richard Dawkins article, and a reference next to where it says Agnostic in the description of him.

Moderator: "So why don't you call yourself Agnostic then?" Dawkins: "I do!" Moderator: "But you've been described as 'the worlds most famous Atheist'?" Dawkins: "Not by me... not by me."(see The God Delusion, for rather a ironic secondary source that confirms that statement!)