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"The Language of God by Francis Collins is a good example of how a minority of scientists compartmentalize their thinking and blinker themselves to the contradictions between their faith and their science. This timely and complete analysis lays bare the many weaknesses in Collins thinking and the paucity of his knowledge of theology, philosophy, and any science outside of his own narrow speciality." ----Victor J. Stenger, author of the NY Times bestseller God: The Failed Hypothesis
Got it for an mas gift recipient. I tis not for me as it is a gift to another person.Published 3 months ago by Ted
Response to "Decoding the language of God"
From a first glance at its contents this book seems to be clearly written and most atheists will probaly be satisfied by its... Read more
This is virtually two books in one - Francis Collins' "The Language of God" and Cunningham's - as the author here cites verbatim the key points made by Collins and proceeded to... Read morePublished on September 14, 2011 by Hande Z
Definitely worth it. Cunningham takes a thorough and logical approach to rebutting Collins book, as well as general topics in the existence of god discussions. Read morePublished on March 27, 2011 by C. Brown
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I've read all of the pages displayed here on Amazon, and within the first few pages, I found MANY untruths, purposefully bashing
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This thorough and thoughtful rebuttal of Collins' book is an outstanding piece of work. As I pointed out in my review of the Collins book (q. v. Read morePublished on January 27, 2011 by Robert A. Saunders
I have to admit that at some points while reading this book, I felt so much sympathy for Collins that I didn't want to read on. Cunningham absolutely eviscerates him. Read morePublished on May 30, 2010 by Paul Gehrman