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I have given away more copies of this book than any other book in my life. While I am still a "believer" I am dumbfounded by Hitchens' erudition and argumentative skills. Read morePublished 10 hours ago by Dr.G.
Along with Sam Harris' "The End of Faith," this is one of my favorite books.Published 2 days ago by Jeremy
As a kind of 'believer' in some sense, I'm not supposed to agree with Hitchens. But the man was simply brilliant. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Dr Simon Perry (author of Atheism After Christendom)
Christopher Hitchens makes some very good points. Spirituality is a very personal part of a person's psyche, so I don't know that this book will convince a believer to not believe. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Marla Sather
Every religion, no exceptions, is hell-bent on ruining the lives of every believer! So far, it has been completely successful in meeting that goal!Published 3 days ago by R. F. Tardif
I have much admiration for the commitment and perseverance an such an author-who has challenged many to think and question-what is dogma vs. Read morePublished 4 days ago by manuel linares
Christopher Hitchens is an amazing author and his work deserves to be read.Published 4 days ago by Jonathan Gerhardt
Simply put, this book helped change my entire view on life, religion, humanity, and writing.Published 5 days ago by Keith Whealy