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Are Atheists Too Aggressive?

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Published on Jun 3, 2011

Are Atheists too aggressive? David Gelernter, Professor of Computer Science at Yale University, certainly seems to think so.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kuWUiz...

However, he does not offer one relevant point to back up his claim. He instead indulges himself in a lot of hand-wringing, self-pity, historical revisionism and magical thinking.

But what would you expect from someone who has publicly stated that, Judaism is the most important intellectual development of western civilization?


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