Richard Dawkins is no longer an atheist.
At least he admits a small margin for the possibility of God’s existence.
Thus, he claimed he is willing to take on the label of “agnostic” over the weekend in a debate with Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams. Ultimately this is not a profound shift, nor an admission of a conversion. It is, however, an interesting admission by one of the leading voices in the “New Atheism” who is now willing to accept a milder category of unbelief . You can read the Huffington Post piece about Dawkins’ comments and watch the video of the debate here.