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I enjoyed reading the book. It makes a reasonably strong case against religion but I do not think it qualifies as a manifesto for atheists.Published 2 months ago by Dan Agbese
michel onfray has a very clear control of his thoughts and has an extraordinary knowlege of the history
regarding "Atheology". Read more
I'm always interested in what the naysayers think on certain subjects. While I like the questions and comparisons of different faiths, the author goes off on a tangent where his... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kathy Trosclair
Found that the author is extremely emotive, and while he may be deeply intellectual and well-reead in the areas covered, he has a way of giving a sweeping statement both about... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Doreen Meyer
The book was list as new when purchased! What I received was not new! Disappointed! Buyer beware!Published 6 months ago by Redjohn
Amazing and a rational analysis successfully illustrated by the author. To be read and rereadPublished 7 months ago by Abde ssamad mOul el ksour
...not an anglo "scientfic" critique of the big-3 monothisms, but a gallic anti-theology, a commentary in the spirit Jean Meslier (1729) "Testament"... Read morePublished 7 months ago by rick povero
A review of all the ancient beliefs which bring clarity and shows how many myths and legends make up today's religions.Published 9 months ago by Fay Soussa