Richard Dawkins:[The Magic of Reality] is a book about science. It doesn't talk about God.
Bill O'Reilly:It mocks God, I looked at it. Come on!
Richard Dawkins:Which bit have you looked at?
Bill O'Reilly:I went through that book, and you're basically saying that everything can be explained by science. Correct?
Richard Dawkins:Well, everything about the natural world can be explained by science. But where does that mock God?
Bill O'Reilly:Yeah, it basically says that these things are myths, they're not really true.
Richard Dawkins:Every chapter has myths at the beginning--
Richard Dawkins:Some of them are Aztec myths, there are ancient Egyptian myths, Greek myths, Judeo-Christian myths.
Bill O'Reilly:Whatever! Don't play these semantic games with me! You know what you're doing. You're trying to get to the kids and say, "You're an idiot if you believe in God."
Richard Dawkins:It's got nothing to do with God! I'm talking about myths from all over the world. The Judeo-Christian myth is thrown in occasionally, as one of many myths that come from around the world.
Bill O'Reilly:But the Judeo-Christian philosophy isn't a myth. It's reality.