Richard Dawkins is a Proven Pseudoscientist and Cult Leader

Richard Dawkins is a fraud, like the other Four Horsemen (except maybe Dennett). An essay with references.

Links:

Richard Dawkins is a Proven Pseudoscientist and Cult Leader: https://escapingatheism.com/2017/11/2…

Richard Dawkins Comes to Call on Rupert Sheldrake: https://escapingatheism.com/2017/11/2…

Richard Dawkins Comes to Call on Rupert Sheldrake

In 2007, Richard Dawkins visited Rupert Sheldrake at home to interview him for his TV series Enemies of Reason. Rupert proved an uncooperative “proponent of superstition” providing no useful footage or soundbites. He also unreasonably wanted to discuss scientific research on intuition..

About Professor Borden Painter, Jr

Portrait of Borden Painter, Jr.We’ve been granted permission to publish Professor Borden Painter, Jr’s Curriculum Vitae (CV). For those unfamiliar with CVs, they’re equivalent to academic resumes. As can be seen below, Professor Painter has had an outstanding career.

Please consider buying and reading his book the New Atheist Denial of History.  The cover is awful & the author himself is not pleased with the price (set by the publisher), but it’s well worth the time and cost.

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New Atheist Denial of History with Borden Painter, Part 2

Portrait of Borden Painter, Jr.Professor Borden Painter continues his discussion with Max Kolbe regarding atheist mis-representations of history from his book New Atheist Denial of History. The first topic in this part is Hitler’s views and trying to make him Catholic, rather than his obvious hostility to Christianity.Max discusses The League of Militant Atheist and it’s propaganda showing up in the new atheist movement.

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New Atheist Denial of History with Borden Painter, Part 1

Portrait of Borden Painter, Jr.Max Kolbe interviews Professor Borden Painter, Jr., a distinguished historian who has written The New Atheist Denial of History.  Professor Painter begins by offering up his background and interest in new atheists and their version of history. He had read Sam Harris, Christopher Hitchens, and Richard Dawkins and found their history wanting.

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