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Indeed, at times he seems to shoot himself in the foot, as many of his quotations appear to be far more convincing than his refutations of them.
To his credit, Haught admits that it is possible to be moral even without belief in gods but in doing so he destroys the last justification for that belief.
Instead, I was deeply disappointed by the lack of substance in Haught's short book, which utterly fails to respond to Harris, Hitchens and Dawkins.
Traps Dawkins in his own words an systems ...great resource to understand the debate and source for arguments for studyPublished 9 months ago by MARCO QUARTEROLI
This book is pure propaganda. He attacks persons without providing evidence and never addresses anything other than "straw men. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Larry K. Mason
A friend recommended Haught's work to me on this subject. Most books written contra the New Atheists are written by apologists (eg. Trent Horn's Answering Atheists). Read morePublished 11 months ago by David Schutz
Although the author makes several effective points against the myth of atheism, he is crippled by his incorrect cosmology and epistemology. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Ben Masters
Having read the "new atheist trilogy" by Harris, Hitchens and Dawkins, I felt compelled to read this "critical response" by Haught. Read morePublished 15 months ago by deer_hunter
The author lays out very clearly the case against God by the "new" aethiests, or scientific materialists and shows its fatal flaws. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Timothy J. Gannon
what can anyone say it is a BOOK you have no right to demand how many words to write. because
of that demand i usually wont write anything why do you need so many... Read more
The book is very readable and the author is clearly well read. While the author does a reasonably fair job in laying out the central arguments of the new atheists, he neither... Read morePublished on February 19, 2012 by american bandersnatch