actually dawkins, your inability to comprehend anything that can’t be studied in a petri dish is just as narrow-minded as the institution you rail against. to believe thatthe universe is completely within the limits of our practucally useless senses is baffling and ludicrously naive.
if there is a problem with religion stifling thought then it is the application of religion rather then the nature of religion itself. do not assume every catholic school refuses to teach evolution, do not insult us so. we use religion to seek answers, just as scientists do, the answers may not be complete, and they may not satisfy you, but quite frankly, they are not for you. but they are never the less answers.
theologians and philosophers who attempt to be biologists would be laughed out of court, so do theists the favour of staying away from what you do not understand.
(Source: digital-decay, via gaykinq)