One of the greatest minds of our time, if not all time, and a universally praised physicist and cosmologist who has gone out of his way time and time again to not offend people of faith. He is oft-cited as mentioning God when talking about the big bang or origins of the universe. However, this is a fallacy, and a weak attempt by theists to hijack someone credible to their pitifully unsubstantiated beliefs.

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Comment by tom sarbeck on February 17, 2012 at 4:40am

I won't meet him so I don't care.

Were I to meet him, I would demand an explanation for his accepting the big bang delusion and giving its first moments to the pope to explain.

Comment by Lorien on February 16, 2012 at 6:55pm

Of course he is an atheist.

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