This talk given by Dr Nick Winder at the 2012 Tipping Points conference at Durham University is in response to Richard Dawkins' controversial book 'The God Delusion'. It is about the narrow either/or logic that is often used when separating science from religion, but also other ways of viewing the world. The error in thinking about science and the idea of God in this way is that it prevents any intelligent, agnostic view of the world from taking place -- you can either believe in God or Science, not both according to Dawkins. What Dr Winder explains is that regardless of what someone believes to be True, they are beliefs and nothing more, yet are still highly important when people are confronted with things that they don't know or don't understand. In the paper that this talk is based on Nick says, 'If I were to summarise The God Delusion in a single sentence, it would be: My delusions are better than yours. Nur Nurny Nur Nur!'