Religion: The Paradigm of Self-Deception

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AuthorHouse, 2004 - Philosophy - 140 pages
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This book does not attack any particular religion or religious theology, it attacks the basic philosophical grounds upon which religion itself is built. This book does what almost no other book on the subject of religion does; it refutes the claim that religion is 'good' for human beings. From the philosophical (the ill premises that lie behind faith and religious morality), the political (scientific policy and the understated link between religion and terrorism), the sociological (self-deception through language and culture), and the psychological (what is the difference between God and Santa Clause?). If you are a religious person then this book is especially for you because it offers you a new opportunity to challenge (and thereby further strengthen) your faith.

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