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This book is well researched and interestingly written.
Fascinating read if you're interested in history of development of religion in general and especially Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
This is really about the evolution of moral consciousness, which for certain reasons, humans have needed "gods" to enforce.
All of Wright's books have a habit of lingering in the mind well after the reading is finished. It is impressive that he does this without falling into the traps that make such... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Edward W. Goggin
This book is not for everyone. If you are afraid to question the complete and total accuracy of the Bible or the Koran, you should not read this book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by lady of the lake
Good book. Covers most of the major religions, their birth, development and how humanity itself helps to guide the message from God. Read morePublished 1 month ago by DMZ33
This book presents ideas of God in a very non dogmatic and interesting way. The zero sum nomenclature is a little much, but it is still a book worth reading.Published 1 month ago by Paul J. Crowder
A very nice book . Had I not have read books like Richard Dawkin's God delusion already it would have made more profound impact on me. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Bahata
This was an excellent book. Wright dodges the trap of claiming that God (or any god) does or doesn't exist, and sticks just to the facts and the history. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Steven E. Williams
I recommend this book to anyone with a remote interest in the subject of "god." His writing is easy to comprehend as well as very well-researched. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Bethany Williams