Thursday, 12 April 2012

Survival of the Wittiest: Dawkins Vs Cardinal Pell

There is a really fascinating look on Dawkins's face when Cardinal Pell discusses his belief in the Real Presence of Christ in the Holy Eucharist and the real bodily Resurrection at the End of Time. I'm astonished at how composed Pell is before the high priest of atheism. I've nearly finished all the chocolates in the house, yes, even the coffee and cherry filled ones. Time to move onto the tiramisu, I think...


A Reluctant Sinner said...

For some unfathomable reason, I have received more chocolate Easter eggs this year than I ever received before - even as a child! Enjoy the Tiramisu...!

Poor Dawkins. I feel so sorry for the man - his joylessness and anger speak volumes about atheism. Give me the joy of a relationship with God any day.

pelerin said...

Yes I watched this yesterday when I first saw a link. Fascinating and I thought that with just the two speakers it was far more riveting than our Question Time. I enoyed the Cardinal's comment that 'It's a bit funny to try and define nothing!' I don't think Dawkins enjoyed the Cardinal's sense of humour.

Gem of the Ocean has put up an interesting quote on Atheism. (I don't know whether she wrote it herself as it does not seem to be attributed to anyone)


The belief there was once absolutely nothing. And nothing happened to the nothing until the nothing magically exploded (for no reason) creating everything and everywhere. Then a bunch of the exploded everything magically rearranged itself (for no reason whatsoever) into self replicating bits which then turned into dinosaurs. And they mock YOUR beliefs!

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