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George Johnson is author of Fire in the Mind: Science, Faith, and the Search for Order and six other books. He resides on the Web at talaya.net --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
For those who question their belief in God this book points out logical arguments.
For this reason, Dawkins' book has immense explanatory power, in addition to containing a slew of devastating arguments against the rationality of religious belief.
Dark energy and dark matter account for 96% of the universe and we don't know what they are.
So the book arrived really fast. Good cover and paper quality. The book itself is a good mode for people to start thinking about the religious beliefs and question both religion... Read morePublished 32 minutes ago by Imad Farhan
Homo sapiens have a very maleable mind.
We are mammals and are lead by alpha individuals.
If one is not an alpha, you are a beta, a follower. Read more
I got this book because I expected clever arguments to refute God’s existence but instead was bitterly disappointed with little arguments of any merit whatsoever and completely no... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Josiah McFarland
Richard Dawkins is obviously a brilliant man, and not just as a scientist. He knows more about religion than most people claiming to be religious persons (coincidentally, most... Read morePublished 3 days ago by NTower
I love Richard Dawkins, and this is one of his better works! Just like he famously did with The Selfish Gene, he is able to explain complex, abstract concepts in utter simplicity... Read morePublished 6 days ago by James
"Atheism is as far fetched as Theism is! Anti-Theism and Agnosticism is a much more reasonable and rational approach to take when not knowing! Read morePublished 7 days ago by Staten Island Johnny
I would give this 5 starts, but thought the book bogged down in a few places, seemingly straying off course.Published 8 days ago by C. Clines
While the premise of the book is great, far too many words and quotations are used in an attempt to convince the reader. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Amazon Customer
I read this, because I like to consider all points of view. The author fails miserably in his purpose and has written a subjective, verbose and seemingly endless narrative.Published 11 days ago by Russ