Dawkins' GOD: Genes, Memes, and the Meaning of Life
Alister E. McGrath is one of the world’s leading theologians, with a doctorate in the sciences. Richard Dawkins is one of the bestselling popular science writers, with outspoken and controversial views on religion. This fascinating and provoking work is the first book-length response to Dawkins’ ideas, and offers an ideal introduction to the topical issues of science and religion.
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Dawkins' God is clear and comelling.User Review - Will - Christianbook.com
McGrath clearly and concisely dismantles Dawkins' assumptions about faith, logic, science, and the Scriptures. Moreover, he demonstrates how Dawkins' fallacious reasoning self-defeats his own ... Read full review
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