It really is the blind faith that is the problem, and Dawkins does suffer the same problems in this regard as many Christians. They share at least the assumption that we can know certain things that simply lie outside our realm of knowledge. Big bang or Garden of Eden... were you there to see either? And yet you base your understanding of everything outside yourself around various texts upholding either theory and use them as the basis for their arguments.
A brief history of 'God':
Man writes myth to explain his predicament; 'God' is used as a descriptor of a collection of universal principles experienced and observed, personified to ease communication and understanding. This tradition grows, 'God', the term, absorbs many attributes granted by man's mythologizing, eventually becoming detached from the world it attempted to descibe. Thus, belief rather than understanding. One must have faith in the fact/ possibility that there is a God, without actually knowing what this attempts to describe. This tradition grows with time, and as the term 'God' becomes ancient, the faith aspect is magnified... now faith is all that remains.
thus, Dawkinsist atheism, which argues against an aberration of reality by playing the same game. He argues against a misunderstanding as if it were the only understanding. He has nothing to offer anyone who has read Schopenhauer or Nietzsche.