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This book is well researched and interestingly written.
Even worse though if we assume for the sake of argument that there has been moral progress that is nothing like proof or even evidence that God exists.
This new book from acclaimed author Robert Wright is a well-researched one covering a great deal of territory.
The author has clearly done his homework for this grandly interdisciplinary enterprise. I most appreciate that the author places his ideas in the context of history and language. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jane A. Booth
Mr. Wright's basic assumptions start at the wrong place in my opinion, and so he builds an argument that is a stretch at best. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Pastor H
Wright bases all of his analysis on the premise that political, social, and economic factors influence theology rather than the other way around. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Daniel Lowe
Covers too much, sometimes at too great a detail. You need a lot of patience to read it. I didn't finish it.Published 2 months ago by Shako
The Evolution of God is not only well-written and skillfully argued. It is an important book in the field of religion as a part of culture. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kevin Corn
This is a good read. It challenges us to consider the human influence on what others claim to be divinely inspired thought. Read morePublished 4 months ago by F. Williams
This is a well written, detailed, and interesting book on the history of religion. I hadn't read anything on this subject since I read From the Stone Age to Christianity:... Read morePublished 6 months ago by magellan
An amazing, engrossing, journey of understanding human history. Brilliantly written, varying from conversational to deep philosophical and spiritual tones, Wright carries us... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Neil F. Garfield
Loved it right up to near the end, where I felt he 'copped out' on his closing arguments by only addressing limited scope of the aspects of his summative arguments. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Anna Elvidge