Richard Dawkins is probably the world's best-known atheist. His anti-religious views have gained him millions of fans, but his unapologetic disdain for the faithful has made him a polarizing figure.
In books like The God Delusion, Dawkins paints believers in a less than flattering light, claiming they are more interested in superstition than reason. But now it seems Dawkins is the one who is being unreasonable. Rather than answering a simple question on Twitter, the so-called "champion of logic" blocked a user who challenged his beliefs.
See for yourself.
It's one thing to disagree with someone. But it's quite another to silence them for asking a question you don't like. How can Dawkins claim the moral high ground when his actions are no better than the religious leaders he decries?
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