A defence of Deism
During the show, Deism came up and people thought it was a rather wishy-washy position, as in Deist just don't want to admit the God does not exist. And also that those who are not evangelical are "pussies" along with people who don't talk about God, that think he kinda sorta exists etc...
My initial reaction of course, was what's wrong with not being sure? But aside from that, I think that perhaps 2-3 on Dawkin's scale would be a sufficent position. I would argue that that is a much better position than evangelicals since the evangelicals seemed to just take this idea of God than ran with it.
I'm sure the references to Russels teapot or the FSM, will come flowing in, but I don't think that Deism is completly unfalsifiable.
The conformation of the Many Worlds Interputation of QM ( not to be confused with the multi-verse theory..), for example would at the very least make me seriously question my beliefs, or most likely make me discard them.
As for the point that people who vehemently argue for God, that's seems to be reasonable for an agnostic position.
Finally, as a student of nature, I actually do constantly question my beliefs, more so when new data comes in, in fact, I am waiting eagerly for a conformation on the Theory of Everything.