Press Release Summary: Darwin\'s and Wallace\'s idea of \'evolution by natural selection\' - a concept which Dawkins calls \"arguably the most momentous idea ever to occur to a human mind.\"
Press Release Body: A one-stop-shop called www.atheistdelusion.net has been set up by Michael J. Penfold to provide multiple internet links to articles, books, audio and video that counter the atheistic arguments of the world\'s most famous atheist, Richard Dawkins of Oxford. It was in Oxford, back in 1978, while sitting in one of the biology labs of Magdalen College School that a young Mr. Penfold was first exposed to Richard Dawkins\'s favoured theory of human origins - Darwin\'s and Wallace\'s idea of \'evolution by natural selection\' - a concept which Dawkins calls \"arguably the most momentous idea ever to occur to a human mind.\" With bicycles passing by behind him on Iffley Road, close to where Roger Bannister broke the four-minute mile in 1954, unfolding on the white board before him were the so-called evidences for \'evolution\'. A certain Mr. Kettlewell\'s experiments with moths were discussed. Various shapes and sizes of horses were portrayed in a smooth and convincing sequence which, so he was told, mirrored exactly what palaeontologists had found in the fossil record - and so on. Richard Dawkins, today\'s leading advocate of Darwinian evolution, would have been about 37 years of age at the time. He would have just written his iconic book The Selfish Gene (1976). In time, through other books like The Blind Watchmaker (1986), Climbing Mount Improbable (1996) and A Devil\'s Chaplain (2003), Richard Dawkins would take on celebrity status in the world of atheistic Darwinism and beyond. While Professor Dawkins was churning out volume after volume promoting evolutionism, Mr. Penfold was doing some research. He made some startling discoveries. It turned out that all the textbook \'evidences\' for Darwin\'s theory of evolution he had heard in School were at best inconclusive and at worst, flawed. (Indeed, in some cases completely fraudulent). For a number of years Mr. Penfold quietly contemplated doing something to counter Richard Dawkins, whose writings provide much of the rationale for Britain\'s contemporary attachment to Darwinism. Nothing materialized until September 2006 when he read Dawkins\'s book The God Delusion. Sufficiently galvanised by Dawkins\'s arrogant and dismissive tone, Mr. Penfold set about launching www.atheistdelusion.net which now attracts thousands of hits from atheists, agnostics and believers alike, fascinated to enter the debate and engage with the arguments. 15th May 2008
Web Site: http://www.atheistdelusion.net
Contact Details: Contact Person Name: Michael J. Penfold
Address: Box 26, Bicester, Oxon, OX26 4GL, England, UK