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I wish.. will work on being as clear as Dawkins!~ God stuff is a hallucination! (learned)

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The guy didn't get the point about other people in other times and places, and their beliefs in other gods.

Those other people were no doubt just as sincere as our Scottish question asker in this video, yet those other people were no doubt mistaken, in this Scot's view. He thus holds a view that his certainty and experience is true and more real than those others'.

Yet if our questioner were the speaker on the podium, and a Hindu in the audience was asking the question about his/her beliefs, surely he, (the Christian question asker in the video), would reply to the Hindu as Dawkins did, (though maybe with more obfuscations in his reply).

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