The characters are ridiculous caricatures and the philosophy is shallow and sophomoric.
I enjoyed the flavor he added with his insights, and would recommend this book to anyone that is willing to approach new ideas with an open mind.
Don't think about reading this book -- buy it and read it, then give the book to someone else and have them read it.
I've read all three of Scott Adams books. They have all been interesting and engaging. This book really pulled me in, but the conclusion was disappointing to me. Read morePublished 3 months ago by LowellGP
This is a MUST read for the open and well behaved mind. A true thought provoking text.
Put in Black & White the possible consequences of following the messianic approach of... Read more
I would love to see this book made into a movie. It's message is so important that it should be required reading in grade school. Read morePublished 13 months ago by R. Womack
This would be a very interesting read if it had been unearthed from some ancient scrolls in a cave or a new world we discover.Published 14 months ago by R. D. Childers
If you are thinking of reading this book, try Vonnegut instead. The Religion War tries to stick with grand themes, so the plot is conscientiously too simple and there is no... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Otterion
This book has a more modern take on questioning god and life by exploring the themes of terrorism and world domination. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Michael E. Grigsby
What a wonderful book. Amazingly thought out. And it's not 'funny', in case you think Scott Adams has some Dilbertish ideas here. Read morePublished on July 29, 2012 by Zaheer Alam Kidvai
Not as original or thought provoking as the previous book in the series. The previous book, Gods Debris, was more of a thought provoking work than is the sequel, The Religion War. Read morePublished on October 26, 2011 by Amazon Customer
Throughout my entire life as a student I had never came upon a book that I read for pleasure. I would only read books that were assigned or required to read. Read morePublished on March 7, 2011 by Julian