Richard Dawkins: An Argument for Atheism Evolutionary biologist and Oxford professor Richard Dawkins sets out an argument for atheism in his book, The God Delusion.
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Richard Dawkins: An Argument for Atheism

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Evolutionary biologist and Oxford professor Richard Dawkins sets out an argument for atheism in his book, The God Delusion.

This broadcast originally aired March 28, 2007.

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