Richard Dawkins reviews Christopher Hitchens' god Is Not Great, which he refers to as "a splendid, boisterously virile broadside of a book." Dawkins praises the book, and exculpates Hitchens of the spurious "atheist fundamentalism" charge:
The onus is not on the atheist to demonstrate the non-existence of the invisible unicorn in the room, and we cannot be accused of undue confidence in our disbelief. The devout churchgoer recites the Nicene Creed weekly, enumerating a detailed and precise list of things he positively believes, with no more evidence than supports the unicorn. Now that's overconfidence.