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I've owned three copies of this book and they've been replaced post haste due to wear and tear. It's one of the few books I'll read over and over and love every time.Published 13 days ago by O.S.
I rate this as one of the 10 most important books I've read in my life time. I am a physician, 77 years old, and have been a voracious reader most of my life so I don't give out... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Guy Francis
The book was very insightful. Ms. Hecht structured the book in an easy to follow format. She provides a very factual account of human development from the ancients to modern man... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dean Sprague
Very interesting, detailed and complete study of doubt. I enjoyed the later history more than the early history but it was all hood.Published 1 month ago by Jackie G Duncan
A revealing book that presents, without bias, the history of all relevant religions and beliefs through history, something that can't easily be found these days at schools or home. Read morePublished 1 month ago by PABLO TORO BALA
I know more definitively, assuredly and comfortably why I am an atheist after having read Doubt. It's too bad that more believers are not as tolerant and as respectful as... Read morePublished 1 month ago by J J
This history of doubt is a good foundation for supporting one's sense of legacy, which is missing in the mindset of most modern scientists and non-believers. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ryan Mease
I would highly recommend this book for the curious reader. I absolutely loved getting "the other side of the story" about the events that happened throughout history. Read morePublished 3 months ago by David A. Wilson Jr.