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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.
Read 2-3 of Hitchens' books, and you will have received an 'education' without paying room board, and tuition.Published 10 days ago by Jot
In a european context where new-atheism is taken as granted. And where natural science is used as the method that has buried God, this gives some thoughts that tells another story. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dagfinn Koch
This wasn't the book I was expecting, but I found it engaging and informative. Peter's perspective as a journalist during the cold war was very interesting. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Eric Mabbott
I suppose I should declare my own bias- like Peter and Christopher Hitchens I was born into a nominally Christian( Anglican) family, drifted away from it in youth and adulthood... Read morePublished 2 months ago by T. Washington
I remain confused that Peter Hitchens is not more widely read, or more well known in the US. The first article of his I read was the Daily Mail piece "The night we waved goodbye to... Read morePublished 2 months ago by CiaoBella
It is relevant and true... Full of unique insights...Published 2 months ago by Joshua Francis Balian
No problems with delivery, and what I ordered just not a very well written book.Published 3 months ago by Henny Penny
Very appropriate for today's atmosphere. Helpful for personal reflection and to better understand the origin of such strident atheism in our time.Published 4 months ago by Bernard P. Carman, SAC
I was disappointed in this book. A friend had recommended it as a good apologetic book, but I found it less than engaging.Published 4 months ago by DoctorT