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In these off-the-record interviews, playwright, filmmaker and self-described atheist Jonathan Miller filmed conversations with six of today's leading men of letters and science: the biologist and New York Times best-selling author Richard Dawkins, philosophers Daniel Dennett and Colin McGinn, distinguished playwright Arthur Miller, theologian Denys Turner and Nobel Prize winning physicist Steven Weinberg, who discuss their personal intellectual journeys and offer an illuminating analyses of nontheism from a wide range of perspectives.
I found even after listening and seeing this once. I still have a long ways to thinking about all that these people said. I may see over an over .Published 2 months ago by matthew am
it was okay short but to the point... again I am happy that I will be but dust in the wind and can accept that with all of my self worthiness.Published 8 months ago by chil420
I think the title was based as a joke and a counter in a way to the The Screwtape Letters (which are fun read). Read morePublished 17 months ago by Meme7
I'm glad to know that there are people who think like I do. People look at you like you are crazy when you tell them you don't believe in god.Published 22 months ago by Jim Quinn
Given the distinguished panel of brilliant men who are interviewed, I nearly expected to hear some extremely convincing arguments against the idea of the existence of a creator. Read morePublished on May 7, 2013 by Sinead Summer
Very scholarly presentations. Unusual. Thought-provoking. I was riveted to every word. Highly recommend it, regardless of religious views. I have watched each interview four times.Published on February 17, 2013 by jackie david corbin
Although these episodes do show clear bias to atheistic views the insights offered will benefit anybody that considers intelligence and well spoken conversation virtuous.Published on March 18, 2012 by coverdrums
This is a great bunch of conversations. And I feel like Miller in that, I don't try to be an atheist, I just am one. It is not an act of effort on my part. Read morePublished on July 25, 2011 by John Gray Hunter Jr.
This was very good and I love how he talked to a variety of people. Very entertaining and enlightening. Read morePublished on November 3, 2010 by Lisa Houserman