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Peter Hitchens' The Rage Against God is a powerful and compelling read. Firstly, this book is not a Christian apologetic: it does not attempt to sway the reader into a conversion... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Darren Mellowship
Enjoyed reading...especially the later chapters. The later chapters got into the subject matter I really wanted, which was why he left his christian upbringing and what drew him... Read morePublished 1 month ago by JGMGT
I read this book and found it to be quite an insightful, honest and sensitive sharing of this man's life and path to faith. Read morePublished 1 month ago by D. Hellwig
Very insightful for the "average" believer; shows the reasons to believe from a personal perspective but also from a cultural/ historical perspective. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Timothy E. McDevitt
I had high hopes for Christopher Hitchens' brother.
If nothing else, I expected some kind of unique approach to the faith vs atheism argument. Read more
Peter Hitchens said so many things so well that I found myself highlighting many passages to quote them later when I want to sound erudite. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Roland Earnst
Peter Hitchens writes with clarity and accuracy. Truth matters. His story is compelling, especially in contrast to the story of his better known brother. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Barbara Whalen
I have not read it yet but intend to soon. I ordered it to give to my grandson who "thinks" he is an atheist!Published 2 months ago by Janet Williams
Thought this was a good read to understand how Peter Hitchens came to faith and to understand the differences between him and his now deceased brother.Published 2 months ago by Robyn