I found the book to be structured very well.
As for a lack of additional historical attestation of Gospel events, I would simply have to contend that Stenger's demand is unreasonable as far as history goes.
This is essentially an argument that the existence of God is very, very unlikely, which by conventional scientific criteria makes it a failed hypothesis.
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 16 days ago by Douglas Kelban
I find this to be the second best current book for atheism, but I still rank it second to Steele's Atheism Explained. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mark Pressman
Victor Stenger has given us an absolutely satifying explanation of why clear and straightforward analysis of what we can know of the God of the Christian bible will cause us to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Howard C. Kress Jr.
I read several of the 4-5 star reviews and an equal number of the lower-rated reviews, both before and after having purchased and read the book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Brian F.
Good read, solid arguments a bit technical if you have a hard time understanding quantum physics, and who doesn't?Published 2 months ago by ItsDarts
I bought the paperback edition of this book on March 28th. Now, having made my way to page 217, I see that several - pp. Read morePublished 3 months ago by M. Wyatt
It failed every test from a scientific stand point,and not based on you need to accept it on faith,most miracles do not happen in down town Chicago ill they happen in areas ware... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gerald P.
There are 32 missing pages in the edition that I received.
The narrative jumps from p. 216 to p 249 with the missing section containing pages 189 - 220 of the 2014 New... Read more
"God: the failed hypothesis" was quite an interesting book to read four years ago when I got a hold of it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Carl Kirstein