"A book so great you can skip it and just read the footnotes. Pure genius." —Christopher Johnson, cofounder, the Onion
"I wouldn't be surprised if ten years from now we realized that this book's publication was a turning point in the decline of Christianity in the West." —Tom Gilson, author, Thinking Christian
"There is nothing else on the market like this book that helps atheists talk believers out of their faith. Every atheist interested in doing so, or who talks to believers about faith at all, should read it. It's both needed and brilliant!" —John W. Loftus, author, Why I Became an Atheist and The Outsider Test for Faith
It will change the way atheists think about faith, believers, and what we're doing when we engage them.
Dr. Boghossian presents his ideas clearly and concisely with tonnes of references to other works which expand on the topics covered in this book.
The title alone will stop you in your tracks, “A Manual for Creating Atheists”, a new book by philosopher Peter Boghossian.
I found this to be lugubrious and esoteric, with very few actual suggestions as to how to accomplish what the title says. Read morePublished 5 days ago by L C.
Really good, well thought through book. Like challenging the flat-earth principle: when the time has come, the logic seems obvious.Published 8 days ago by John Ferguson
Irresponsible and arrogant! I'm an atheist, but this guy is a real a-hole. He seems to delight in messing with vulnerable minds and the walking away leaving them hanging. Read morePublished 10 days ago by wrldtrv
I'm giving it three stars, because if I actually talked to other people like this, I'd probably get a punch in the nose.Published 13 days ago by James Greenamyer
It "dragged" a bit in the beginning, maybe the first third of the book. Then, it became interesting. The book emphasizes the importance of rational, critical thinking. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Edward C. Auble