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Peter Hitchens is a very smart man and I found his book well structured and easy read.
I was attracted to read this book because of my familiarity with Peter Hitchens and his brother Christopher Hitchens.
Let me just say that anyone who becomes a Christian for this reason never makes a very good Christian.
I was disappointed in this book. A friend had recommended it as a good apologetic book, but I found it less than engaging.Published 12 hours ago by DoctorT
The book reads as an autobiography of sorts and it deals with Peter Hitchen's upbringing in Great Britain and the dramatic changes that have taken place in his country. Read morePublished 1 month ago by BfloBill
The mindset of one who does not believe in the supernatural can seem strange to theists. Arguments against God seem to fall into widely divergent categories, none of which make... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Pastor Eric
The depth of the writer's treatment of historical data to show the underlying premises of atheism as well as the consequences make this book a must read for anyone who wants to... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
The Rage Against God is a terrific book, and a book I found myself finishing within a day or two of buying it. Hitchens'' Rage Against God found me just at the right moment. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Paulina West
Hitchens blows away the modern church of disbelief. He also points out how Christianity had been subverted by the military industrial complex. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Glen Leslie