"A capable and searching defense of humanism by one who has lived on both sides of the street." -- The Human Quest, Sept.-Oct. 1993
"A substantial and timely addition to the freethought literature." -- The Truth Seeker, Vo. 120, No. 3, 1993
"An excellent, entertaining and highly readable book which can be used to easily demolish the 'strongest' arguments of unreasoning Christians . . . a remarkable debating aid." -- Norm Allen, Atheists of Florida, May 1993
"Barker is compelling, humorous, and rational. His arguments are clear and thought-provoking." -- Andrew Fandre, Huntsville Times, October 24, 1993
"Barker writes well. He seems to reason well . . . and has worked out a ready response to the most common Christian objections to atheism." -- Gordon Stein, Ph.D, The American Rationalist, Vol. 37, No. 5, 1993
"Few other books offer such an insightful and conclusive indictment of religion . . . immensely readable and intellectually stimulating." -- Atheists United, November 1993
From the Publisher
A challenge to believers; an arsenal for skeptics.