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FILM: THE UNBELIEVERS ATTACKS RELIGION! - 09/21/2013
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Atheists Richard Dawkins & Lawrence Krauss Team Up Movie poster. On Monday, April 29th, the documentary The Unbelievers premiered in Toronto, Canada, with sold-out shows. Prof. Dawkins (evolutionary biologist) and Prof. Krauss (theoretical physicist) have already worked the debating circuit together for years to defend the forces of reason and truth against the forces of ignorance and superstition, but this film will perhaps reach beyond their usual hunting ground of the university lecture halls. As far as Frogbook.com can gather, their main message (among other ideas) is a bold and controversial one: religion is nonsense and should be eradicated. ~ Dawkins & Krauss promote film in Toronto. "Nothing is sacred." We at the Frog Blog have vigorously (and sometimes viciously) attacked those religious firebrands who promote erroneous ideas in the name of religion (like Creationism and the Apocalypse); but their ignorant actions are by no means a reflection of all religions in general as many credible religious authorities around the world also believe in scientific ideas such as Evolution, the Big Bang Theory, and other truths. ~ The Vatican supports Evolution. Hardly a voice of moderation, Pat Robertson of the 700 Club once suggested that Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez should be assassinated ; and even he thinks that the Earth can not possibly be only 6,000 years old! Once religion crosses a line to enter the realm of madness and then goes on to challenge long established scie...




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Atheists Richard Dawkins & Lawrence Krauss Team Up Movie poster. On Monday, April 29th, the documentary The Unbelievers premiered in Toronto, Canada, with sold-out shows. Prof. Dawkins (evolutionary biologist) and Prof. Krauss (theoretical physicist) have already worked the debating circuit together for years to defend the forces of reason and truth against the forces of ignorance and superstition, but this film will perhaps reach beyond their usual hunting ground of the university lecture halls. As far as Frogbook.com can gather, their main message (among other ideas) is a bold and controversial one: religion is nonsense and should be eradicated. ~ Dawkins & Krauss promote film in Toronto. "Nothing is sacred." We at the Frog Blog have vigorously (and sometimes viciously) attacked those religious firebrands who promote erroneous ideas in the name of religion (like Creationism and the Apocalypse); but their ignorant actions are by no means a reflection of all religions in general as many credible religious authorities around the world also believe in scientific ideas such as Evolution, the Big Bang Theory, and other truths. ~ The Vatican supports Evolution. Hardly a voice of moderation, Pat Robertson of the 700 Club once suggested that Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez should be assassinated ; and even he thinks that the Earth can not possibly be only 6,000 years old! Once religion crosses a line to enter the realm of madness and then goes on to challenge long established scie...



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