Daydreams of Atheism

I would really like to see or read a discussion between Richard Dawkins, official atheist of pop culture, and Jurgen Habermas, a cultured atheist. Imagining the exchange is quite amusing. This weird thought occasioned by this, from Habermas in "Times of Transition":
. . .Christianity has functioned for the normative self-understanding of modernity as more than a mere precursor or a catalyst. Egalitarian universalism, from which sprang ideas of freedom and social solidarity, of an autonomous conduct of life and emancipation, of the individual morality of conscience, human rights, and democracy, is the direct heir of the Judaic ethic of justice and the Christian ethic of love. This legacy, substantially unchanged, has been the object of continual critical appropriation and reinterpretation. To this day, there is no alternative to it. And in light of the current challenges of a post-national constellation, we continue to draw on the substance of this heritage. Everything else is just idle postmodern talk.