According to the Reverend Richard Mullen, Rector of St Michael, Cornhill and St Sepulchre-without-Newgate, who “has written for many publications including the Wall Street Journal”,…
“The sun is huge and ninety-three million miles away and the small moon is in our backyard, a mere quarter of a million miles away. Yet in an eclipse their discs precisely cover each other. Don’t therefore imagine that anyone designed it that way. It’s just a cosmic coincidence, isn’t it, Professor Dawkins?”
It’s enough to make even the dour Dawkins smile.