That's a very interesting site, Peter, haven't seen it before - I add to Tom's thanks for posting it and getting MBT content on it. I particularly like the "Objections Overruled" feature rebutting the assertions of close-minded sceptics.
While on close-minded sceptics, Richard Dawkins here in the UK has lent his backing to an advertising campaign by the British Humanist Association, putting banners on 800 buses across England and Wales, and in the Underground system, with the words "God Probably Doesn't Exist, So Stop Worrying and Enjoy Your Lives". Apparently, the wording was originally to be more definite (without the "probably") but the poor old Advertising Standards Authority, caught in the crossfire between Dawkins et al, and various Christian groups, had to insist on the uncertainty being added! A mostly light-hearted controversial news-thread has been started on this one, but Dawkins can be quite irritating with his stridently militant approach.
On the other side of the fence, though, a couple of months ago I was baffled to see on one of those notice boards with large writing, outside of a local church "God Probably Exists, So Come On In and Enjoy Our Services". Hmmmmm......
Your right about Dawkins being irritating, has anyone even attempted to read his best seller "The God Delusion"?
I own the book and have attempted it but he dosent exactly like to word things for the layman or even for that matter the above average man. His vocab is vast and in all honesty thats what turned me off his book, its best read with a dictionary by your side =P
Another thing while im on it, its a good book if we were so damn sure that it was either Religion or Science who was to prevail in the never ending debate of "How, Why, Who", but once Tom's MBT gets thrown into the picture, all potential focus seems to be shifted towards other more "important" books =]
Thats not to say these other subjects arent important ;)