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BBC covers the “Probably there’s no Dawkins” ad

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It all comes of refusing to debate.

Should be good for the “Reasonable Faith tour.”

That there was any coverage at all is remarkable. Increasing numbers of North Americans simply accept that the legacy media cannot cover events as they happen. Vague hints tell us where to go elsewhere for information. News
"There's Probably No Dawkins" Buses, Oxford: Footage & Purpose (William Lane Craig UK Tour) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SGWr9qpeKpE bornagain77
OT: Materialism and Human Dignity - Michael Egnor - podcast http://intelligentdesign.podomatic.com/entry/2011-10-14T15_14_37-07_00 bornagain77
Pretty minimilistic coverage. Unsurprisingly, the "cowardice" accusation didn't surface. Alan
Watch Stephen Meyer on Hubble, Einstein Excerpt: You can now see the video of the first installment of Stephen Meyer's 4-part interview on the John Ankerberg Show. You won't find a more lucid explanation of how scientific materialism received a mortal blow in the 20th century with the observational and theoretical findings of Hubble and Einstein and the revelation that the universe had a beginning, after all. Meyer tells the story of Einstein's visit to the Palomar Observatory and his realization that he must abandon his famous fudge factor, the cosmological constant: "I now see the necessity of a beginning." http://www.evolutionnews.org/2011/10/in_the_beginning_watch_stephen051871.html
New video by Birdieupon
Richard Dawkins: The Magic of Money-Making While Missing The Bus To William Lane Craig http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYLWgx9Ynt4
I found Waldo! AMW

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