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Atheism: Jonathan Miller's Brief History of Disbelief

From: cole m.
Sent on: Friday, September 6, 2013 5:39 AM   This is a lot of fun.  There is a part two also. 


Published on Jun 16, 2012

Part I - Shadows of Doubt
Jonathan Miller visits the absent Twin Towers to consider the religious implications of 9/11 and meets Arthur Miller and the philosopher Colin McGinn. He searches for evidence of the first 'unbelievers' in Ancient Greece and examines some of the modern theories around why people have always tended to believe in mythology and magic.
Uploaded because this needs to be available as a shining light of the historicity of reason midst the depths and oceans of media absurdity and religious propaganda. So few representatives of atheism provide a compelling and earnest account for unbelief, let alone with the lucidity and intellectual vigor of Jonathan Miller. He is sincere and moving in this attempt to explain and understand the origins of the truth of disbelief of religious superstition and faith.
Should the BBC or the producers find it inappropriate for me to have uploaded this video, I will gladly remove it upon their request.

Jonathan Miller, Richard Denton
Host: Jonathan Miller
Director: Richard Denton
Non-existent: God

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