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i loved the balance and thoughtfulness Hedges brought to a much polarized issue, that of reason vs. faith - warning against any idealized utopia , weather one or the other, is... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dylan Rooke
Changes how you think and perceive the world we live in. Spectacular writing, ideas, and content conception. A+Published 3 months ago by blondie93
Very academic book. Great big words only professors at a university would use. However, book was interesting to a point.Published 4 months ago by Brad Fast
Hedges book is disorganized and obnoxiously repetitive, hence tedious to read, especially the first half. Read morePublished 6 months ago by expatTim
I must preface this comment by stating that I admire Hedges as a journalist and social activist.
Mr. Hedges argues that fundamentalism itself is dangerous. Read more
A thoughtful rebuttal to the new fundamentalist atheism movement. As an atheist/agnostic Buddhist with a spiritual bent, I like Hedges idea of the metaphorical value of... Read morePublished 11 months ago by William H. Burke
Hedges is great. A Spiritual Autopsy of Science and Religion is a totally different, and fantastic look at the excesses of atheist thought - from an atheist!Published 11 months ago by misterkel
I read Dawkins, Harris, and Hitchens before reading this book, along with Stephen Hawking and Brian Greene. I would recommend reading this book after reading theirs. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Amazon Customer