Thursday, May 02, 2013Richard Dawkins Interviewed by Justin Brierley MP3 AudioAtheist Richard Dawkins spoke to Premier’s Justin Brierley immediately after a debate he had with Christian Professor John Lennox on whether Science has disproved God. The Oxford professor is most famous for his book The God Delusion. Surprisingly, Dawkins admits to Premier that there must have been some cause for the start of the universe. Be sure to check out the upcoming Unbelievable Conference in May.MP3 Audio here. Found at Premier.org. Apologetics315 is a non-profit ministry. You can support this work here. Do you do your shopping at Amazon? If so, using this Amazon link supports Apologetics315. In the UK? Use this UK Amazon link. By Brian Auten on May 2, 2013 at 6:30 am Topics: Atheism, audio, Interview, Justin Brierley, mp3, Richard Dawkins, Unbelievable 8 comments 0 Related Read Along: Chapter 4—Is Darwinian Evolution the Only Game in Town? Keep Your Heart With All Diligence – MP3 Audio by Wayne Grudem 8 Comments Michael Blackburn November 11, 2008 Keep up the good work.Iam weary of being lectured to by adults who believe in what seem rather ridiculous fantasy creatures.The world would be better off without it. Chad May 7, 2009 Wow; this was very eye-opening… Thank you Brian Anonymous December 24, 2010 More excellent Dawkins – thanks. Anonymous May 2, 2013 Dawkins cold calculating and disrespectful..Justin professional restrained and respectful… proof positive of the difference between an atheist and a Christian….one loves God the other hates Him Anonymous May 2, 2013 Michael that's exactly what Stalin and Hitler said about Christianity..how did that work out? Skylar May 3, 2013 I didn't hear Dawkins explicitly admit that there needs to be a first cause of the universe. All he said was that scientists don't understand what happened at the beginning of the universe. So, if you want to say that God caused the universe to come into existence (he says), you are just playing with words. Perhaps he did so implicitly, however, by admitting there was a singularity that brought the universe into being? Even then, he could get out of the need for a first cause by appealing to the multiverse, as Justin points out. So where does he admit there needs to be a first cause of the universe, either explicitly or implicitly? Tyler V. May 4, 2013 How old was this? JoshuaJames78 May 28, 2013 Where can I find this in iTunes form? which podcast? what date?