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It is a very well written book by Berlinski.
A defense against this "new atheist" revolution was very needed, and believers could not have found a better hero than Dr. Berlinski, himself an agnostic, secular Jew.
He adequately dispels and rebuts their confusing and often incoherent statements regarding what is the best worldview that supports the current scientific evidence.
Quite complex but brilliant. He illuminates the weaknesses in the liberal narrative effectively and with great biting humour.Published 11 days ago by G. Cameron
A brilliant book--I would recommend this to anyone! If you only read one book this year make it this onePublished 24 days ago by teri l taylor
Imagine if someone were to write a book attacking mathematicians as pretentious elitists who have the audacity to think they are smarter than people with a high school level... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Smilin' Jack
Berlinski wrote a very fair, well-balanced book. His humor is very enjoyable and his arguments potent. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jeremy Caruthers
A well reasoned critique of the concept that modern science has proven that there is no God. The author himself is not a religious believer but attacks the misuse of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by rfgcmg
A harsh polemic on the folly of the "new atheism" as espoused by present day materialists and scientists
Humorous and to the point, with mercilous wit, Berlinski does... Read more
What makes a self-confessed agnostic write a spirited, well-reasoned attack on scientism that eventually amounts to a rousing defense of (at least) theism? Read morePublished 1 month ago by Andre
Absolutely essential reading for those interested in looking into the mysteries of the universe without baked in preconceptions of how existence originated. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Eric M. Kampmann