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Dr. Stenger argues that God (and all arguments that point to any deity) is a very poor hypothesis and succeeds quite well.
He establishes from the largest features of the universe, - cosmology - to the very smallest, - particle physics - that the existence of god is untenable.
He gives some trite answers but they only codify that he does not really want to be fair and just in his assessment of God.
A good book, which presents the science in terms a layman can understand. As with any such book, don't expect it to change anyone's mind who can't get through their life without... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Douglas Kelban
A clear and concise destruction of the myth about the Man in the Sky who keeps track of everyone and everything and yet screws it all up.Published 6 months ago by Gil
I was not thrilled with this book at all. I will leave it to that, it is short and offers little insight.Published 16 months ago by Nikos
The existence of God ultimately cannot be proven or disproven, but if you are science-minded and agnostic or atheist (I am agnostic), you will find this book intriguing and worth... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Peter in Maine
This book is an excellent/thought-provoking work of unabashed "out atheism". I.highly recommend it to believers and non alike. Mr. Read morePublished on October 6, 2011 by brandi
Stenger is an atheist and starts from the presupposition that atheism must be correct. He sets himself up as the arbiter of what evidence is needed to refute his beliefs and... Read morePublished on July 11, 2009 by A Fan
This book takes on the stance that science cannot evaluate religious claims, because science can evaluate any claims that meet the rubber of the real world. Read morePublished on May 28, 2009 by Misanthrope™
This book is the complement of David Eller's book, Natural Atheism. Within the book, God: The Failed Hypothesis, Mr. Read morePublished on January 25, 2009 by S. Mason