The Boston Globe makes a nice point by reviewing The God Delusion side-by-side with Carl Sagan’s A Personal View of the Search for God and concludes
Dawkins is probably right that fundamentalist religion “actively debauches the scientific enterprise,” but I’ll take Sagan’s more reverent skepticism any day.
A wise man (and closet atheist) once told me that Martin Luther King and Malcom X were necessary to the success of the civil rights movement. Neither man could have done it on his own.
I appreciate Dawkins fervour and passion but I am glad that his is not the only voice.