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Published on Jun 18, 2011
Oxford Museum of Natural History hosts this fascinating and controversial debate on the existence of God. Professor John Lennox explains how science points to an intelligent creator and Richard Dawkins offers a counterargument.
When Dawkins was asked if he ever considered God, he said, ""Yeah maybe I have, but if I have, so what? It doesn't make it true. That's what it matters."
To this I'd like to ask him, how does he know if "it" is not true? Haven't seen any evidence? How does it matter to the very existence of God? Does God disappear just because you think you haven't seen any "evidence?" Someone is appealing to his own ignorance here if you ask me. ;) BTW, why would God have any need to create any other gods anyway?