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“I found myself following my wife around the house reading passages of Bugliosi's book to her out loud. I wish I'd written this wonderfully funny deeply moving antidote to the false certainties -- both religious and irreligious -- that have divided our society into warring camps yammering at each other about things no one understands.”
—Frank Schaeffer New York Times bestselling author of Crazy for God: How I Grew Up as One of the Elect, Helped Found the Religious Right, and Lived to Take All (or Almost All) of It Back
“Always eloquent, this is a fascinating read.”
“Bugliosi’s arguments, while familiar, are well-reasoned, clearly presented, and provide a good introductory survey of the theist-versus-atheist-versus-agnostic debate.”
Bugliosi is a decent and honest agnostic. He dislikes the abuses of religious institutions and the silly dogmas of all religions.
But then, he demolishes atheists too. Read more
Bugliosi doesn't know what a theist or an atheist believes to be using them as oppositionary groups. Read morePublished 3 months ago by April
I'm a big fan of Vincent Bugliosi, and have enjoyed his crisp no-nonsense writing style in other boooks of his, like Outrage. Read morePublished 5 months ago by W. Bailey
As a nonbeliever, I'm always interested when somebody puts out a book from a nonbelief perspective. So when I saw *The Divinity of Doubt* on the shelf at my local dollar store, I... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Poniplaizy
The author shows so Many basic mistakes: (1) the 87 Books (not one book) of the Bible (2) he ignores the Culture and thinking of the writers of the Bible Books:... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Anthony A. Kalnoky
It would be nice to find some meat in the hamburger, unfortunately there is none in this random diatribe against Christian dogma. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Astrotraveler
I found many interesting logical arguments but much repetition and a few illogical arguments. It was too long.
Could have made the same arguments in a much shorter piece.
Even though Bugliosi concedes on page 65 of his hardcover edition that he is "completely uneducated" about evolutionary theory, he still somehow imagines that his uninformed... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Dane Michael Wolf