"The Archbishop of Canterbury launched a fierce attack yesterday on the modern cult of atheism and singled out the eminent scientist Richard Dawkins.
Dr Rowan Williams responded to critics of religion by arguing that atheists had missed the point and failed to understand what Christians really believe in."
I find this to be a funny statement...seeing as most atheists were theists (maybe even Christians) at some point.
I love the fact that, in this article, Williams says that many Christians would not recognize their religion as described by atheists. To which my only response is, "fucking, DUH!" Most Christians don't even define the ins-and-outs, and consequences, of their religion on the world. If they do think about negative aspects or consequences of their faith, they rationalize it away and demand special consideration for acts done "for God".