Where is the evidence?

Published April 7th, 2013 by Bobby Henderson

Here’s a video that has been making the rounds.   Richard Dawkins shows great patience in interviewing Creationist Wendy Wright.  I find it painful to watch but also fascinating.

464 Responses to “Where is the evidence?”

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  1. Whizzard says:

    This video is irrelevant, and for good reason. The argument that a lack of *empirical* evidence for a *monotheistic* god (emphases) mine suggests there is no good reason to believe in such a thing is ‘a priori’ invalid.

    Empiricism and inductive reasoning as as whole is incapable of providing sufficient comment on the topic of whether God exists. Instead of focusing on ‘a posteriori’ knowledge (i.e. knowledge dependent upon evidence) in this debate, it is instead imperative to focus on ‘a priori’ knowledge (i.e. knowledge independent of evidence) to guide the discussion.

    • Captain Birdseye says:

      Yawn…. The default position is no knowledge; a priori ‘knowledge’ (apart from knowing they don’t know) is the self-indulgent stuff of dreams and psychoses. I am quite capable of providing the sufficient comment ‘bullshit’ to anyone who thinks their inner world contains anything of relevance to me.

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