Is there any general concern among academic philosophers that Richard Dawkins'

Is there any general concern among academic philosophers that Richard Dawkins'

Is there any general concern among academic philosophers that Richard Dawkins' amateurish treatment of philosophy in 'The God Delusion' might be giving the false impression to the general public that complex debates in the philosophy of religion can be knocked down in a few pages of popular writing? Surely this is highly misleading, and obscures deep debates in academic philosophy.

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