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God Seen Through the Eyes of the Gretest Minds Kindle Editions  Hard Cover Edition

 

WHAT IF GOD...?

Thought-provoking reflections about God

The Dawkins Delusion?

There Is a God

Mere Christianity  C.S. Lewis

Darwin on Trial

The Edge of Evolution

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The Fingerprint of God

The Creator and the Cosmos

Creation As Science

The Cell's Design

Understanding Intelligent Design

Icons of Evolution

The Language of God

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IS DAWKINS A MODERN-DAY HITLER?

     This page focuses on the glaring similarities between Dawkins and Hitler. This author does not insinuate that Richard Dawkins has a Hitlerian agenda toward believers, but he would like to ask the reader the following question: Given Dawkins’ undeniable similarities to Hitler, what  do you think he would do to religious people if he, like Hitler, had dictatorial powers?  


Power of persuasion:  Hitler was a very persuasive man. He convinced millions of Germans that Jews were evil and a danger to civilization. Dawkins  is a very persuasive man. He is also succeeding in convincing many that religion is a great evil and that it is a danger to human survival.

Anger: Hitler was a very angry man. He not only hated Jews but Communists, blacks, Jehovah's Witnesses, Slavs, Etc. Dawkins is very angry. Anger in fact oozes from his written works and from his speeches. He detest  people who take Religion seriously and openly expresses contempt for creationists.

Determination: Hitler believed that with determination he would have succeeded in his plan to gain total power and destroy his enemies. He put this belief into practice and almost succeeded in his aims. Dawkins has shown great determination for decades in his obsessive aim to propagate atheism and defeat Religion. He writes and speaks profusely against Religion and travels near and far to propagate his views.

Fear mongering: Hitler used rational-sounding reason to convince the masses that destroying the Jews was a human necessity and that not doing so would have had grave consequences for civilization. Dawkins uses rational-sounding reasons to convince the masses that defeating religion is of utmost necessity for human survival.

Charisma: Hitler was well-liked; he had magnetism. Dawkins is also very charismatic. His strong and magnetic personality attracts and retains the loyalty and affection of a great many worldwide.

Inspirational powers: Hitler stirred a whole nation to action. Millions were willing to follow orders and fulfilled the leader’s dreams. When one reads comments about Dawkins written by his followers one can see a blind attachment to the man and a soldier-like fighting attitude in fighting opponents of their leader.

Rigid thinking: Hitler had a very rigid personality. His mind was totally closed to alternative viewpoints. Dawkins is also very rigid and he has no space in his mind for contrasting viewpoints.

Intolerance: Hitler did not tolerate opponents. Disagreement even on a minor scale could provoke his wrath. Dawkins not only has no tolerance for contrasting views, he is also intolerant of agnostics, atheism's nearest relatives.

The God Delusion or Mein Kempf:   Hitler expounded his views and goals in his Mein Kempf. Dawkins’ The God Delusion is "his" Mein Kempf. Hitler’s work oozed with venom against Jews;  Dawkin’s work oozes with venom against Religion—and Christianity in particular. One can feel the same frenetic fanaticism in both works.

Obsessed with abolishing the enemy:  Hitler wanted the Jewish curse brought to an end. Dawkins  too rationalizes that religion is dangerous for humanity and should be terminated. Hitler was very serious in his conclusion that Jews were a danger to humanity. Dawkins feels the same way about Religion and is dedicating his whole life to help bring Religion to an end.

© Copyright, Michael Caputo, 2009

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