Unwin responds by saying, "[Dawkins'] dismissal of Pascal's wager (which is that, given the uncertainty, one has everything to gain and nothing to lose by belief in God) is a stark indication of his commitment to certainty."
Right--it must be Dawkins' certainty. It couldn't be that Dawkins simply thinks PW is merely, you know, a very bad bet. (Of his own assessment Unwin is apparently certain--for he gives no indication he's considered the alternative.)
(Via Butterflies & Wheels.)