Richard Dawkins: The God Delusion

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The God Delusion was both entertaining and illustrating. I suppose you can guess my religious views now? Dawkins hits a full barrage against religion and the results are hit and miss. At times he's just ranting crazy, at times he's right at the mark. The result is, indeed, entertaining, but best if not taken too seriously.

Still, Dawkins has good points and at least parts of the book would be worth reading to some people - perhaps that would help those people understand the atheist's view of the world. Of course, reading some other parts would make those same people tremble in divine anger, so perhaps it would be best to just distribute the best parts... [ The God Delusion at ]The God Delusion at LibraryThing ]

Other blogs writing about the book:
One Good Thing: The God Delusion.
David Takes on the World: David Takes On: The God Delusion and The Conservative Right
Notes in Samsara: Book Review: The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins

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