Professor Richard Dawkins documentary attacks the pulsing heart of all mainstream religion - faith; with special focus on Islam, Judaism and Christianity.
Runtime: 60 minutes
The God Delusion - Ultimate Boeing 747 gambit - Netflix
The Ultimate Boeing 747 gambit is a counter-argument to modern versions of the argument from design for the existence of God. It was introduced by Richard Dawkins in chapter 4 of his 2006 book The God Delusion, “Why there almost certainly is no God”. The argument is a play on the notion of a “tornado sweeping through a junkyard to assemble a Boeing 747” employed to decry abiogenesis and evolution as vastly unlikely and better explained by the existence of a creator god. According to Dawkins, this logic is self-defeating as the theist must now account for the god's existence and explain whether or how the god was created. In his view, if the existence of highly complex life on Earth is the equivalent of the implausible junkyard Boeing 747, the existence of a highly complex god is the “ultimate Boeing 747” that truly does require the seemingly impossible to explain its existence.
The God Delusion - Bibliography - Netflix
Richard Dawkins, “The Ultimate Boeing 747” in The God Delusion, Black Swan, 2007 (ISBN 978-0-552-77429-1).
The God Delusion - References - Netflix