What’s Wrong with the World

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This video is arguably blasphemous...

...since it more or less equates our own Ed Feser (giving the Dawkins/Dennett/Hitchens/Harris quartet their comeuppance) to the Archangel Michael (giving the devil his)...

But I hope everyone here will enjoy it anyway:

The music is from Lord Britten of Aldeburgh's interesting War Requiem, Op. 66, and features the great Russian soprano Galina Vishnevskaya, accompanied by the London Symphony Orchestra & Chorus under the direction of the composer, recorded in 1963.

Viewers guide:

0:13: Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett, Christopher Hitchens & Sam Harris, in turn, intone the pieties of evangelical atheism.
1:28: They confederate together.
1:48: They talk (and talk, and talk) amongst themselves.
2:13: Hieronymus Bosch!
2:27: Raffaello Sanzio!

Comments (9)


Have you figured out how to make money with these videos? You'd be a rich man if you did. Regardless, the next time you are in Chicago I want to go music shopping with you...your taste is exquisite.

Steve, I'm embarrassed as all hell!

Doesn't mean I didn't like it, though. Too, TOO kind, thanks!

I'm waiting for one of these seers, or "brights" as they call themselves, to notice that faith is endemic to the human race.
Schopenhauer regarded religion as absurd but had the sense to at least say that absurdities prevail throughout humanity, that deception is indispensable to the human race.
Eric Hoffer likened the political movements of the 20th century to religious fervor.

The anti-Christians, if they are anti-islamic you would never know it, look out to the world, and I hope Washington, and see little or nothing worth their rationalistic contempt.

Faith in the 19th & 20th centuries has found different channels for belief and it's expressions, more volatile, more coercive, more damaging. And it appears the further we sink the more alluring and easily attacked does Christianity become.

But that tends to be true of any target that's safe to destroy or defame, why go after the controversial ones, the ones with powerful adherents?

Terrific -- I love it!

Jeff: if only!

Prof. Feser: thanks for taking it in good humor ;^)

As if Ed's book wasn't enough, I think that the second blow in the 1 - 2 combination knockout to the New Atheists has arrived: David Bentley Hart's "Atheist Delusions" has just been published by Yale.

If anyone hasn't seen The Dawkins Delusion, it's hilarious:


Target the new athiests and set feysers to kill :)

What a pointlessly empty video. I'm glad it was only a little over three minutes so it didn't waste too much of my time.

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