Sir D Attenborough on god


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As Onyango Makagutu I am Kenyan, as far as I am a man, I am a citizen of the world

18 thoughts on “Sir D Attenborough on god

  1. aguywithoutboxers says:

    A brief yet sensible and reasonable discussion on why he supports evolution and doubts the validity of belief systems. An excellent choice to offer here, my Nairobi brother! I appreciate this kindness! Enjoy your day/night! 馃檪

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  2. I second what aguywithoutboxers said. 馃檪

    I concur with the Sir. As citizens of this planet we have a moral obligation to our own kind but also to the natural world at large.

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  3. dimvisionary says:

    Thanks for the video!

    Mark Lawson makes the point that many people are awed by nature and make the leap to a creator, which seems reasonable if a bit na茂ve. The error, it seems to me, is in looking around at the available choices and falling into the trap of feeling as if you have to choose. Beware either/or propositions. Perhaps it is a little frightening to realize, Oh nobody knows. None of the answers we have been sold or told, is completely accurate, indeed some are obviously way out of the park.

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  4. fojap says:

    The ants must have preceded the anteaters. Wow, that one’s so obvious I think even the creationists must get that.

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  5. Alex Autin says:

    I completely enjoyed this video. I’ve always been a fan of Attenboroug’s work, and even more so now. Thanks for posting this.

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