Divinity of Doubt: The God Question
Vincent Bugliosi, whom many view as the nation’s foremost prosecutor, has successfully taken on, in court or on the pages of his books, the most notorious murderers of the last half century—Charles Manson, O.J. Simpson, and Lee Harvey Oswald. Now, in the most controversial book of his celebrated career, he turns his incomparable prosecutorial eye on the greatest target of all: God. In making his case for agnosticism, Bugliosi has very arguably written the most powerful indictment ever of God, organized religion, theism, and atheism. Theists will be left reeling by the commanding nature of Bugliosi’s extraordinary arguments against them. And, with his trademark incisive logic and devastating wit, he exposes the intellectual poverty of atheism and skewers its leading popularizers—Christopher Hitchens, Sam Harris, and Richard Dawkins. Joining a 2,000-year-old conversation which no one has contributed anything significant to for years, Bugliosi, in addition to destroying the all-important Christian argument of intelligent design, remarkably—yes, scarily—shakes the very foundations of Christianity by establishing that Jesus was not born of a virgin, and hence was not the son of God, that scripture in reality supports the notion of no free will, and that the immortality of the soul was a pure invention of Plato that Judaism and Christianity were forced to embrace because without it there is no life after death. Destined to be an all-time classic, Bugliosi’s Divinity of Doubt sets a new course amid the explosion of bestselling books on atheism and theism—the middle path of agnosticism. In recognizing the limits of what we know, Bugliosi demonstrates that agnosticism is
he most intelligent and responsible position to take on the eternal question of God’s existence.
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Every book this author writes is advertised by announcing that he is the lawyer who successfully prosecuted Charles Manson and wrote Helter Skelter. I suppose that is supposed to guarantee that you ... Read full review
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The consumate critique on Christianity, especially the Catholic Church and the mis information that religion puts out about God, heaven and hell. Probably the last book you need to read if you are athiest or agnostic. Read full review
1 God Etc
2 God in Court
3 The Christian God Cannot Exist
4 Atheism and Its Current Leading Prolocutors
5 Darwin and Evolution
6 The Intelligence or Lack Thereof of Intelligent Design and First Cause
8 BornAgain Christians and Their Remarkable Beliefs
13 If God Is AllGood Why Does He Put All of Us to Death?
14 Whats So Great Up There in Heaven?
15 A Brief Descent into Hell
16 Praying to a Tree Trunk
17 Between Morality and Religion Who Needs Whom?
18 Hey Look at Us Were Just as Silly as They Are
19 The Sense and Morality of Agnosticism