The God Delusion: a [37G] Book Report

The God Delusion: a [37G] Book Report

Welcome to the latest installment of the [37G] book report series. This week we highlight Richard Dawkins’ The God Delusion. , a methodical and sustained attack on religion on both theological and practical fronts. It is interesting in its tone, which straddles the space between the rhetorical bite of Christopher Hitchens and the more scientific timbre of Daniel Dennett, though it is infused with more than a little dry, British wit. 

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God Is Not Great: a [37G] Book Report (Part Two)

God Is Not Great: a [37G] Book Report (Part Two)

God is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything is Christopher Hitchens’ broadside volley against religion in all of its forms. It is a grinding assault on the monolith that is religious belief, and it proceeds along three major fronts: religion has failed as an explanatory power; it has failed as a moral power; and it is an impediment to the intellectual and moral advancement of humanity. Read on for part two of this [37G] book report!

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God Is Not Great: a [37G] Book Report (Part One)

God Is Not Great: a [37G] Book Report (Part One)

God is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything is Christopher Hitchens’ broadside volley against religion in all of its forms. It is a grinding assault on the monolith that is religious belief, and it proceeds along three major fronts: religion has failed as an explanatory power; it has failed as a moral power; and it is an impediment to the intellectual and moral advancement of humanity.

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The End of Faith: A [37G] Book Report

The End of Faith: A [37G] Book Report

Welcome to a new series of articles! I've decided that it would be a good thing to engage with some of the prominent skeptical and atheist literature out there and share my thoughts with the world. I’ve opted to do reports (of an informal sort) on books as I read them...

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