January 27, 2007
The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins was one of the most talked about books of 2006. As Dawkins examines the arguments that a god exists, as well as the arguments that gods are necessary for morality, he logically and often with humor dissects these assumptions, and in the end, finds the probability of god's existence to be almost infinitesimal. The God Delusion achieves its goal, in that it has fostered much discussion about religion, its effects on society and culture, and in the end, the existence of an all-knowing diety, and does so with surprising wit and intelligence.
My next book is Curses, by Kevin Huizenga.
For two weeks, enter the coupon code "LHB001" at Atomic Books and receive 15% off this title.
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