"Day does us all a service by exposing as false some of the glib slogans of atheism." Todd Seavey, American Council on Science and Health
Seeming, simply because he just doesn't like atheists.
The book seems to mainly be about destroying the idea of the 'militant atheist', a point that I think even Sam Harris has been clear on.
The other problem with The Irrational Atheist is actually not with its arguments but with the way they're presented.
I am an atheist, and I really like this book. Vox Day's style is a direct and a refreshing relief from wheelbarrow loads of empty platitudes. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this the first time I saw it on a shelf in hardcover. I rarely ever buy books on impulse, but this was one of those times. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Andrew Frysword
Plenty to chew on and plenty of reasons given to explain why the atheist viewpoint not only does not hold water but is downright dangerous for a society to adapt.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
The only way to go after the fake atheist, aka the "New Atheist" is to show theme for being the state theist that they are! Read more
Bold clear thinking. Cuts through the quagmire of circular reasoning and self justifying raitonalization that so many atheists refuse to acknowledge.Published 5 months ago by Barbara E. Long
Same old nonsensical attacks. Making up arguments that he wants to refute. It is almost painful.
Don't bother with this.
Vox Day's book succeeds because stays focused on his target, the irrational musings of Dawkins, Dennet, Harris and Hitchens. This is not a book of Christian apologetics. Read morePublished 9 months ago by JollyGreenChemist
I read this book a few years ago actually, I really enjoyed it and figured I owed him (since I downloaded it free off his blog) to write a quick review. Read morePublished 10 months ago by SB_1