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Re: “FEATURE STORY ‌ The Bright Revolution

I am currently using Richard Dawkins's "The God Delusion" in the Social Problems class I teach at New Jersey City University. Religion has (and continues to be) responsible for most of the wars in human history, and is one of the last remaining forms of acceptable prejudice; "if my religion is correct then your 'dirrerent' religion must be wrong" -- and that's a prejudice. None of my students, who profess to believe in a god, have ever been able to describe their god --and I have found this to be true of the general population as well (why Dawkins referrs to a belief in a god as delusional). I plan to use the City Paper's "The Bright Revolution" in my social problems class. As for Dr. Herb Silverman, (President of the Secular Humanists of the Lowcountry) he should be considered for the Nobel Peace Prize; he has dedicated most of his free time promoting peace and understanding among the citizens of Charleston County. I hope all of the readers of The City Paper appreciate this fact. Dr. William Dusenberry was a resident of Mt. Plasant from 2002 to 2005. While residing in South Carolina he taught at the College of Charleston and Trident College.

Posted by bishopbill on January 24, 2007 at 9:39 AM
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