The video is from the "God Delusion" the first in a two part series on the question, Is religion the root of all evil. In this clip Ted Haggard lectures Richard Dawkins on a subject he obviously knows nothing about, and then accuses Dawkins of being arrogant. I think I'll take the 'arrogance' based on evidence rather than arrogance born of 'faith', that is belief without evidence. Note: the audio is of the entire program. Here is a link to an interesting article in the Guardian Beyond Belief
Quicktime Video 3.3MB 1'39
The audio is of the entire program 8.5MB 47'42
UPDATE: Katheringe points to additional clips from the program more clips
Haggard: We fully embrace the scientific method, as American evangelicals - and we think, as time goes along, as we discover more and more facts, that we'll learn more and more about how God created the heavens and the earth - '
Dawkins points out that the evidence shows the earth to be 4.5 billion years old, Haggard says You know what you're doing?' and explains that he's paying attention to just part of the scientific community, and that maybe in a hundred years 'your grandchildren will laugh at you.
Dawkins: You want to bet?
Ted Haggard:Sometimes it's hard for a human being to study the ear or study the eye and think that happened by accident.
Dawkins: I beg your pardon, did you say "by accident"?
Dawkins: What do you mean "by accident"?
Haggard: That the eye just formed itself somehow.
' Dawkins: Who says it did?
' Haggard:Well, some evolutionists say it.
' Dawkins: Not a single one that I've ever met.
' Haggard: Really?!Ted Haggard: Dawkins: Really.
' Haggard: Ohh.
' Dawkins: You obviously know nothing about evolution.
Haggard: Or maybe you haven't met the people I have. But you see - you do understand - you do understand that this issue right here, of intellectual arrogance, is the reason why, people like you, have a difficult problem with people of faith -