I recommend the book: buy it, read it, and see for yourself how well the case for atheism stands up.
Excellent book, Very convincing, well written, quite easy to understand but some parts are a little vague... Pass it around your local church.
This book presents sound arguments that deny a theist any possible way to reasonably justify his/her belief in God.
Solid, detailed, logical presentation laying out the frailties of a belief in Gods of any stripe. The downside is the author gets caught up in tedious profundities and repeated,... Read morePublished 11 days ago by L. Morgan
If your purpose is to understand the standard arguments you'll hear from your average mustache-sporting atheist friend from the coffee shop, grab this book. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Paul Kelly
This is an academic book, but it is complete. At times it is a bit hard to access for the non-philosophy major, but the arguments are above reproach. Read morePublished 3 months ago by JoeInLA
Could benefit from a synopsis/outline/logic diagram to clarify and pull the whole thing together. It reads as though he has such a chart, and just fleshed out each heading into an... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Dangrenade
One of the hardest hitting books on Atheism, a direct attack on religious practices. For atheists only, not for people sitting on a fence with nothing but questionsPublished 6 months ago by Terrell G. Bennett
Other reviews are as good as or better than one I can post. I'm not going to repeat what's been already said.Published 7 months ago by Xopher
The author makes perfect sense and approaches the issues from various perspectives, and yet manages to be witty too. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Tanya Charbury
Clearly written. The words, "lucid and limpid prose" come to mind. Some have claimed that this work has been disfigured, however slightly, by the author's commitment to... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Matt S.