The Dawkins delusion?: atheist fundamentalism and the denial of the divine

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SPCK, Feb 15, 2007 - Religion - 78 pages
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Richard Dawkins' "God Delusion" is the bestselling book. This suggests that its arguments are influencing popular culture, and are thus likely to be widely encountered by church leaders and members. This work condenses Dawkins' often rambling arguments into succinct form, and provides responses from a Christian perspective.

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Including Intro, Bibliography and Further Reading, this book is still less than 100 pages long.One can only expect so much from such a short work. What this book does not do is provide a systematic ... Read full review

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On the whole, I enjoyed the book. As for its strengths, I think that the authors provide reasonable critique of The God Delusion. Yes, the writers are Christians, but their only reliance upon ... Read full review


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Alister McGrath is currently professor of theology at Oxford and principal of Wycliffe Hall. He is a consulting editor, general editor and author of several books. He lives in Oxford, England.

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