The God Delusion

The God Delusion

A preeminent scientist -- and the world's most prominent atheist -- asserts the irrationality of belief in God and the grievous harm religion has inflicted on society, from the Crusades to 9/11. With rigor and wit, Dawkins examines God in all his forms, from the sex-obsessed tyrant of the Old Testament to the more benign (but still illogical) Celestial Watchmaker favored by A preeminent scientist -- and the world's most prominent atheist -- asserts the irrationality of belief in God and th...

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The God Delusion Reviews

  • Nick
    Mar 24, 2007

    Well, this settles it once and for all. There is no God. Which turns out to be a good thing, considering the God most Americans believe in is a crazy, vengeful, ego-maniacal monster. Dawkins? insights are so cunning and profound you can?t help feeling embarrassed for the believer. ...

    This is perhaps the worst polemic against religion I have ever read. Really, if Dawkins actually knew anything about religion, he wouldn't have written the book. Instead, he knows nothing about the subject, and so if you know nothing about something, you don't even KNOW when you say st...

    I am not an atheist, but neither am I a 'true believer'. I border more on 'agnostic', that is to say I believe there is some force beyond this Earth and that I don't know what it is, but I don't subscribe to any particular set of beliefs, per se. Until I come across books like this ...

    [Original review, Jan 19 2016] I must admit that I was somewhat taken aback when Donald Trump suggested the US should deny entry to Muslims and require them all to carry ID cards. But having had time to get over the initial shock and consider it on its merits, the idea has definitel...

    The God Delusion - Why there almost certainly is no God? I have been a big fan of Dawkins from the time I read The Selfish Gene. This book does nothing to damage that, even though it is not as logically cohesive as The Selfish Gene. The God Delusion is easier to argue with and maybe...

    Athiests have been ranked as one of the least trusted groups, and the oft-repeated notion that atheism is the same as amorality is always saddening. A common argument I've encountered is 'if you don't believe in god, then what's to stop you stealing, raping, and killing as often as you...

    ?? ??? ?????? ??????? ????? ?? ?????? ??????? ?????? ???? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??? ???????? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ? ???? ????? : ??? ?? .. ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?...

    THE GOD DELUSION BY RICHARD DAWKINS: Dawkins latest book is as brutal and honest as its title. For those who aren?t looking to have their faith and beliefs gravely challenged, you may want to skip this book. Though Dawkins is looking for everyone to read this book with an open mind, ...

    Ok, we get it. Religion is bad. Christianity is evil, Islam is maniacal, and all other religious zealots are out of their mind. I guess Dawkins is right...public hospitals, orphanages (both Christian inventions in the West), as well as communal values all have destroyed Occidental cult...

  • Richard
    Apr 19, 2007

    Well, this settles it once and for all. There is no God. Which turns out to be a good thing, considering the God most Americans believe in is a crazy, vengeful, ego-maniacal monster. Dawkins? insights are so cunning and profound you can?t help feeling embarrassed for the believer. ...

    This is perhaps the worst polemic against religion I have ever read. Really, if Dawkins actually knew anything about religion, he wouldn't have written the book. Instead, he knows nothing about the subject, and so if you know nothing about something, you don't even KNOW when you say st...

    I am not an atheist, but neither am I a 'true believer'. I border more on 'agnostic', that is to say I believe there is some force beyond this Earth and that I don't know what it is, but I don't subscribe to any particular set of beliefs, per se. Until I come across books like this ...

    [Original review, Jan 19 2016] I must admit that I was somewhat taken aback when Donald Trump suggested the US should deny entry to Muslims and require them all to carry ID cards. But having had time to get over the initial shock and consider it on its merits, the idea has definitel...

    The God Delusion - Why there almost certainly is no God? I have been a big fan of Dawkins from the time I read The Selfish Gene. This book does nothing to damage that, even though it is not as logically cohesive as The Selfish Gene. The God Delusion is easier to argue with and maybe...

    Athiests have been ranked as one of the least trusted groups, and the oft-repeated notion that atheism is the same as amorality is always saddening. A common argument I've encountered is 'if you don't believe in god, then what's to stop you stealing, raping, and killing as often as you...

    ?? ??? ?????? ??????? ????? ?? ?????? ??????? ?????? ???? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??? ???????? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ? ???? ????? : ??? ?? .. ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?...

    THE GOD DELUSION BY RICHARD DAWKINS: Dawkins latest book is as brutal and honest as its title. For those who aren?t looking to have their faith and beliefs gravely challenged, you may want to skip this book. Though Dawkins is looking for everyone to read this book with an open mind, ...

    Ok, we get it. Religion is bad. Christianity is evil, Islam is maniacal, and all other religious zealots are out of their mind. I guess Dawkins is right...public hospitals, orphanages (both Christian inventions in the West), as well as communal values all have destroyed Occidental cult...

    I thought the very best point this book made came right at the beginning. Dawkins reports on surveys carried out in the US, where subjects received a description of an otherwise sympathetic political candidate, and were asked whether they would still vote for them if one extra feature ...

    I'm going to get the criticism out of the way before I move on to why I *love* this book. Richard Dawkins is not an easy read. He never pulls a punch, and if any of the beliefs he is attacking in his book are yours then this is going to get your back up. Not for nothing was he passe...

  • Natalie
    Jan 03, 2008

    Well, this settles it once and for all. There is no God. Which turns out to be a good thing, considering the God most Americans believe in is a crazy, vengeful, ego-maniacal monster. Dawkins? insights are so cunning and profound you can?t help feeling embarrassed for the believer. ...

    This is perhaps the worst polemic against religion I have ever read. Really, if Dawkins actually knew anything about religion, he wouldn't have written the book. Instead, he knows nothing about the subject, and so if you know nothing about something, you don't even KNOW when you say st...

    I am not an atheist, but neither am I a 'true believer'. I border more on 'agnostic', that is to say I believe there is some force beyond this Earth and that I don't know what it is, but I don't subscribe to any particular set of beliefs, per se. Until I come across books like this ...

    [Original review, Jan 19 2016] I must admit that I was somewhat taken aback when Donald Trump suggested the US should deny entry to Muslims and require them all to carry ID cards. But having had time to get over the initial shock and consider it on its merits, the idea has definitel...

    The God Delusion - Why there almost certainly is no God? I have been a big fan of Dawkins from the time I read The Selfish Gene. This book does nothing to damage that, even though it is not as logically cohesive as The Selfish Gene. The God Delusion is easier to argue with and maybe...

    Athiests have been ranked as one of the least trusted groups, and the oft-repeated notion that atheism is the same as amorality is always saddening. A common argument I've encountered is 'if you don't believe in god, then what's to stop you stealing, raping, and killing as often as you...

    ?? ??? ?????? ??????? ????? ?? ?????? ??????? ?????? ???? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??? ???????? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ? ???? ????? : ??? ?? .. ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?...

    THE GOD DELUSION BY RICHARD DAWKINS: Dawkins latest book is as brutal and honest as its title. For those who aren?t looking to have their faith and beliefs gravely challenged, you may want to skip this book. Though Dawkins is looking for everyone to read this book with an open mind, ...

    Ok, we get it. Religion is bad. Christianity is evil, Islam is maniacal, and all other religious zealots are out of their mind. I guess Dawkins is right...public hospitals, orphanages (both Christian inventions in the West), as well as communal values all have destroyed Occidental cult...

    I thought the very best point this book made came right at the beginning. Dawkins reports on surveys carried out in the US, where subjects received a description of an otherwise sympathetic political candidate, and were asked whether they would still vote for them if one extra feature ...

    I'm going to get the criticism out of the way before I move on to why I *love* this book. Richard Dawkins is not an easy read. He never pulls a punch, and if any of the beliefs he is attacking in his book are yours then this is going to get your back up. Not for nothing was he passe...

    This book was a dramatic disappointment that did not live up to the "finally someone has proven religion is poppycock" hype it received. Dawkins fails utterly to tear down any meaningful experience of religion, instead he merely reinforces the petty grudges that some atheists have agai...

    The God Delusion, Richard Dawkins The God Delusion is a 2006 non-fiction book by English biologist Richard Dawkins, a professorial fellow at New College, Oxford and former holder of the Charles Simonyi Chair for the Public Understanding of Science at the University of Oxford. ????...

    As an agnostic I can wholeheartedly promise you that this book is so tedious it will reduce you to tears. He debunks God as a concept and in the process completely misses the point of God. He then just carries on repeating himself through chapter after chapter after boring chapter. If ...

    Regardless of your religious beliefs, I urge you to read this book. ...

    I've had a love / hate relationship with Dawkins over the years. I didn't really like his The Selfish Gene, mostly because I think it tries to explain things on the wrong scale. I quite like his meme metaphor, but think people like Dennett take it too far by forgetting it is a metaphor...

    This book is so well known, it seems almost pointless to review it. If you are a believer, you will not like it, though you're probably aware of that. Dawkins' explicit aim is that ?religious readers who open it will be atheists when they put it down? and that unbelievers shoul...

    ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ? ??? ?? ???? ?? ?? ??? ?????... ????? ?? ???? ? ???? ????... ???? ?????? ? ????? ?????? ???... ?????? ???? ?????? ???...

    I feel the need to insert a negative review from a believer of evolution and a harsh critic of organized religion. His basic assertion that faith and science are inextricably entangled is sound. However, he leaps off this logical diving board and into a mess of false simplifications ab...

    ????? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?? ???????..??????? ?? ???????.. ?? ????! ????? ????????? ?? ?????..???? ???? ???? ?? ?????????? ???? ?????? ?????.. ????...

    Alternatively, this book could have been titled "One Man's Love Affair with Natural Selection". A very informative read, but in favor of discretion, I think I'll keep my opinions on the issue to myself. ...

    TWO RANTS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE Now, here's the thing about this author : With friends like Richard Dawkins, who needs enemies? Okay, i said it. Whew, I feel better. He's just so annoying, even when you agree with him. Grr. Okay, well, so, some time ago I watched Richard...

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    When others throw such words as "god" or "spiritual" or "soul" into their conversation I must ask them what they're talking about unless the context is clear. Unchurched, when I was a kid I thought they all meant something, something obscure to me, but still significant. Feeling ignora...

    If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review. Fallacious Reasoning: "The God Delusion" By Richard Dawkins ?Science can chip away at agnosticism, in a way that Huxley bent over backwards to deny for the special of God. I am arguing that, notwithstanding the...

    I'm a part of the atheist choir to which Dawkins is preaching; but I honestly believe that this book might change a religious person's mind, if they bothered to pick it up (I've been hearing a lot about how many religious congregations are condemning Dawkins's work as a tool of Satan)....

  • J.G. Keely
    May 26, 2007

    Well, this settles it once and for all. There is no God. Which turns out to be a good thing, considering the God most Americans believe in is a crazy, vengeful, ego-maniacal monster. Dawkins? insights are so cunning and profound you can?t help feeling embarrassed for the believer. ...

    This is perhaps the worst polemic against religion I have ever read. Really, if Dawkins actually knew anything about religion, he wouldn't have written the book. Instead, he knows nothing about the subject, and so if you know nothing about something, you don't even KNOW when you say st...

    I am not an atheist, but neither am I a 'true believer'. I border more on 'agnostic', that is to say I believe there is some force beyond this Earth and that I don't know what it is, but I don't subscribe to any particular set of beliefs, per se. Until I come across books like this ...

    [Original review, Jan 19 2016] I must admit that I was somewhat taken aback when Donald Trump suggested the US should deny entry to Muslims and require them all to carry ID cards. But having had time to get over the initial shock and consider it on its merits, the idea has definitel...

    The God Delusion - Why there almost certainly is no God? I have been a big fan of Dawkins from the time I read The Selfish Gene. This book does nothing to damage that, even though it is not as logically cohesive as The Selfish Gene. The God Delusion is easier to argue with and maybe...

    Athiests have been ranked as one of the least trusted groups, and the oft-repeated notion that atheism is the same as amorality is always saddening. A common argument I've encountered is 'if you don't believe in god, then what's to stop you stealing, raping, and killing as often as you...

  • Trevor
    Dec 07, 2007

    Well, this settles it once and for all. There is no God. Which turns out to be a good thing, considering the God most Americans believe in is a crazy, vengeful, ego-maniacal monster. Dawkins? insights are so cunning and profound you can?t help feeling embarrassed for the believer. ...

    This is perhaps the worst polemic against religion I have ever read. Really, if Dawkins actually knew anything about religion, he wouldn't have written the book. Instead, he knows nothing about the subject, and so if you know nothing about something, you don't even KNOW when you say st...

    I am not an atheist, but neither am I a 'true believer'. I border more on 'agnostic', that is to say I believe there is some force beyond this Earth and that I don't know what it is, but I don't subscribe to any particular set of beliefs, per se. Until I come across books like this ...

    [Original review, Jan 19 2016] I must admit that I was somewhat taken aback when Donald Trump suggested the US should deny entry to Muslims and require them all to carry ID cards. But having had time to get over the initial shock and consider it on its merits, the idea has definitel...

    The God Delusion - Why there almost certainly is no God? I have been a big fan of Dawkins from the time I read The Selfish Gene. This book does nothing to damage that, even though it is not as logically cohesive as The Selfish Gene. The God Delusion is easier to argue with and maybe...

    Athiests have been ranked as one of the least trusted groups, and the oft-repeated notion that atheism is the same as amorality is always saddening. A common argument I've encountered is 'if you don't believe in god, then what's to stop you stealing, raping, and killing as often as you...

    ?? ??? ?????? ??????? ????? ?? ?????? ??????? ?????? ???? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??? ???????? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ? ???? ????? : ??? ?? .. ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?...

    THE GOD DELUSION BY RICHARD DAWKINS: Dawkins latest book is as brutal and honest as its title. For those who aren?t looking to have their faith and beliefs gravely challenged, you may want to skip this book. Though Dawkins is looking for everyone to read this book with an open mind, ...

    Ok, we get it. Religion is bad. Christianity is evil, Islam is maniacal, and all other religious zealots are out of their mind. I guess Dawkins is right...public hospitals, orphanages (both Christian inventions in the West), as well as communal values all have destroyed Occidental cult...

    I thought the very best point this book made came right at the beginning. Dawkins reports on surveys carried out in the US, where subjects received a description of an otherwise sympathetic political candidate, and were asked whether they would still vote for them if one extra feature ...

    I'm going to get the criticism out of the way before I move on to why I *love* this book. Richard Dawkins is not an easy read. He never pulls a punch, and if any of the beliefs he is attacking in his book are yours then this is going to get your back up. Not for nothing was he passe...

    This book was a dramatic disappointment that did not live up to the "finally someone has proven religion is poppycock" hype it received. Dawkins fails utterly to tear down any meaningful experience of religion, instead he merely reinforces the petty grudges that some atheists have agai...

    The God Delusion, Richard Dawkins The God Delusion is a 2006 non-fiction book by English biologist Richard Dawkins, a professorial fellow at New College, Oxford and former holder of the Charles Simonyi Chair for the Public Understanding of Science at the University of Oxford. ????...

    As an agnostic I can wholeheartedly promise you that this book is so tedious it will reduce you to tears. He debunks God as a concept and in the process completely misses the point of God. He then just carries on repeating himself through chapter after chapter after boring chapter. If ...

    Regardless of your religious beliefs, I urge you to read this book. ...

    I've had a love / hate relationship with Dawkins over the years. I didn't really like his The Selfish Gene, mostly because I think it tries to explain things on the wrong scale. I quite like his meme metaphor, but think people like Dennett take it too far by forgetting it is a metaphor...

  • Xysea
    Jul 14, 2007

    Well, this settles it once and for all. There is no God. Which turns out to be a good thing, considering the God most Americans believe in is a crazy, vengeful, ego-maniacal monster. Dawkins? insights are so cunning and profound you can?t help feeling embarrassed for the believer. ...

    This is perhaps the worst polemic against religion I have ever read. Really, if Dawkins actually knew anything about religion, he wouldn't have written the book. Instead, he knows nothing about the subject, and so if you know nothing about something, you don't even KNOW when you say st...

    I am not an atheist, but neither am I a 'true believer'. I border more on 'agnostic', that is to say I believe there is some force beyond this Earth and that I don't know what it is, but I don't subscribe to any particular set of beliefs, per se. Until I come across books like this ...

  • Anica
    Sep 24, 2007

    Well, this settles it once and for all. There is no God. Which turns out to be a good thing, considering the God most Americans believe in is a crazy, vengeful, ego-maniacal monster. Dawkins? insights are so cunning and profound you can?t help feeling embarrassed for the believer. ...

  • Paul Bryant
    Jan 04, 2009

    Well, this settles it once and for all. There is no God. Which turns out to be a good thing, considering the God most Americans believe in is a crazy, vengeful, ego-maniacal monster. Dawkins? insights are so cunning and profound you can?t help feeling embarrassed for the believer. ...

    This is perhaps the worst polemic against religion I have ever read. Really, if Dawkins actually knew anything about religion, he wouldn't have written the book. Instead, he knows nothing about the subject, and so if you know nothing about something, you don't even KNOW when you say st...

    I am not an atheist, but neither am I a 'true believer'. I border more on 'agnostic', that is to say I believe there is some force beyond this Earth and that I don't know what it is, but I don't subscribe to any particular set of beliefs, per se. Until I come across books like this ...

    [Original review, Jan 19 2016] I must admit that I was somewhat taken aback when Donald Trump suggested the US should deny entry to Muslims and require them all to carry ID cards. But having had time to get over the initial shock and consider it on its merits, the idea has definitel...

    The God Delusion - Why there almost certainly is no God? I have been a big fan of Dawkins from the time I read The Selfish Gene. This book does nothing to damage that, even though it is not as logically cohesive as The Selfish Gene. The God Delusion is easier to argue with and maybe...

    Athiests have been ranked as one of the least trusted groups, and the oft-repeated notion that atheism is the same as amorality is always saddening. A common argument I've encountered is 'if you don't believe in god, then what's to stop you stealing, raping, and killing as often as you...

    ?? ??? ?????? ??????? ????? ?? ?????? ??????? ?????? ???? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??? ???????? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ? ???? ????? : ??? ?? .. ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?...

    THE GOD DELUSION BY RICHARD DAWKINS: Dawkins latest book is as brutal and honest as its title. For those who aren?t looking to have their faith and beliefs gravely challenged, you may want to skip this book. Though Dawkins is looking for everyone to read this book with an open mind, ...

    Ok, we get it. Religion is bad. Christianity is evil, Islam is maniacal, and all other religious zealots are out of their mind. I guess Dawkins is right...public hospitals, orphanages (both Christian inventions in the West), as well as communal values all have destroyed Occidental cult...

    I thought the very best point this book made came right at the beginning. Dawkins reports on surveys carried out in the US, where subjects received a description of an otherwise sympathetic political candidate, and were asked whether they would still vote for them if one extra feature ...

    I'm going to get the criticism out of the way before I move on to why I *love* this book. Richard Dawkins is not an easy read. He never pulls a punch, and if any of the beliefs he is attacking in his book are yours then this is going to get your back up. Not for nothing was he passe...

    This book was a dramatic disappointment that did not live up to the "finally someone has proven religion is poppycock" hype it received. Dawkins fails utterly to tear down any meaningful experience of religion, instead he merely reinforces the petty grudges that some atheists have agai...

    The God Delusion, Richard Dawkins The God Delusion is a 2006 non-fiction book by English biologist Richard Dawkins, a professorial fellow at New College, Oxford and former holder of the Charles Simonyi Chair for the Public Understanding of Science at the University of Oxford. ????...

    As an agnostic I can wholeheartedly promise you that this book is so tedious it will reduce you to tears. He debunks God as a concept and in the process completely misses the point of God. He then just carries on repeating himself through chapter after chapter after boring chapter. If ...

    Regardless of your religious beliefs, I urge you to read this book. ...

    I've had a love / hate relationship with Dawkins over the years. I didn't really like his The Selfish Gene, mostly because I think it tries to explain things on the wrong scale. I quite like his meme metaphor, but think people like Dennett take it too far by forgetting it is a metaphor...

    This book is so well known, it seems almost pointless to review it. If you are a believer, you will not like it, though you're probably aware of that. Dawkins' explicit aim is that ?religious readers who open it will be atheists when they put it down? and that unbelievers shoul...

    ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ? ??? ?? ???? ?? ?? ??? ?????... ????? ?? ???? ? ???? ????... ???? ?????? ? ????? ?????? ???... ?????? ???? ?????? ???...

    I feel the need to insert a negative review from a believer of evolution and a harsh critic of organized religion. His basic assertion that faith and science are inextricably entangled is sound. However, he leaps off this logical diving board and into a mess of false simplifications ab...

    ????? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?? ???????..??????? ?? ???????.. ?? ????! ????? ????????? ?? ?????..???? ???? ???? ?? ?????????? ???? ?????? ?????.. ????...

    Alternatively, this book could have been titled "One Man's Love Affair with Natural Selection". A very informative read, but in favor of discretion, I think I'll keep my opinions on the issue to myself. ...

    TWO RANTS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE Now, here's the thing about this author : With friends like Richard Dawkins, who needs enemies? Okay, i said it. Whew, I feel better. He's just so annoying, even when you agree with him. Grr. Okay, well, so, some time ago I watched Richard...

  • Aeisele
    Nov 03, 2007

    Well, this settles it once and for all. There is no God. Which turns out to be a good thing, considering the God most Americans believe in is a crazy, vengeful, ego-maniacal monster. Dawkins? insights are so cunning and profound you can?t help feeling embarrassed for the believer. ...

    This is perhaps the worst polemic against religion I have ever read. Really, if Dawkins actually knew anything about religion, he wouldn't have written the book. Instead, he knows nothing about the subject, and so if you know nothing about something, you don't even KNOW when you say st...

  • Alex Telander
    Nov 02, 2007

    Well, this settles it once and for all. There is no God. Which turns out to be a good thing, considering the God most Americans believe in is a crazy, vengeful, ego-maniacal monster. Dawkins? insights are so cunning and profound you can?t help feeling embarrassed for the believer. ...

    This is perhaps the worst polemic against religion I have ever read. Really, if Dawkins actually knew anything about religion, he wouldn't have written the book. Instead, he knows nothing about the subject, and so if you know nothing about something, you don't even KNOW when you say st...

    I am not an atheist, but neither am I a 'true believer'. I border more on 'agnostic', that is to say I believe there is some force beyond this Earth and that I don't know what it is, but I don't subscribe to any particular set of beliefs, per se. Until I come across books like this ...

    [Original review, Jan 19 2016] I must admit that I was somewhat taken aback when Donald Trump suggested the US should deny entry to Muslims and require them all to carry ID cards. But having had time to get over the initial shock and consider it on its merits, the idea has definitel...

    The God Delusion - Why there almost certainly is no God? I have been a big fan of Dawkins from the time I read The Selfish Gene. This book does nothing to damage that, even though it is not as logically cohesive as The Selfish Gene. The God Delusion is easier to argue with and maybe...

    Athiests have been ranked as one of the least trusted groups, and the oft-repeated notion that atheism is the same as amorality is always saddening. A common argument I've encountered is 'if you don't believe in god, then what's to stop you stealing, raping, and killing as often as you...

    ?? ??? ?????? ??????? ????? ?? ?????? ??????? ?????? ???? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??? ???????? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ? ???? ????? : ??? ?? .. ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?...

    THE GOD DELUSION BY RICHARD DAWKINS: Dawkins latest book is as brutal and honest as its title. For those who aren?t looking to have their faith and beliefs gravely challenged, you may want to skip this book. Though Dawkins is looking for everyone to read this book with an open mind, ...

  • Ahmad Sharabiani
    May 16, 2013

    Well, this settles it once and for all. There is no God. Which turns out to be a good thing, considering the God most Americans believe in is a crazy, vengeful, ego-maniacal monster. Dawkins? insights are so cunning and profound you can?t help feeling embarrassed for the believer. ...

    This is perhaps the worst polemic against religion I have ever read. Really, if Dawkins actually knew anything about religion, he wouldn't have written the book. Instead, he knows nothing about the subject, and so if you know nothing about something, you don't even KNOW when you say st...

    I am not an atheist, but neither am I a 'true believer'. I border more on 'agnostic', that is to say I believe there is some force beyond this Earth and that I don't know what it is, but I don't subscribe to any particular set of beliefs, per se. Until I come across books like this ...

    [Original review, Jan 19 2016] I must admit that I was somewhat taken aback when Donald Trump suggested the US should deny entry to Muslims and require them all to carry ID cards. But having had time to get over the initial shock and consider it on its merits, the idea has definitel...

    The God Delusion - Why there almost certainly is no God? I have been a big fan of Dawkins from the time I read The Selfish Gene. This book does nothing to damage that, even though it is not as logically cohesive as The Selfish Gene. The God Delusion is easier to argue with and maybe...

    Athiests have been ranked as one of the least trusted groups, and the oft-repeated notion that atheism is the same as amorality is always saddening. A common argument I've encountered is 'if you don't believe in god, then what's to stop you stealing, raping, and killing as often as you...

    ?? ??? ?????? ??????? ????? ?? ?????? ??????? ?????? ???? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??? ???????? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ? ???? ????? : ??? ?? .. ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?...

    THE GOD DELUSION BY RICHARD DAWKINS: Dawkins latest book is as brutal and honest as its title. For those who aren?t looking to have their faith and beliefs gravely challenged, you may want to skip this book. Though Dawkins is looking for everyone to read this book with an open mind, ...

    Ok, we get it. Religion is bad. Christianity is evil, Islam is maniacal, and all other religious zealots are out of their mind. I guess Dawkins is right...public hospitals, orphanages (both Christian inventions in the West), as well as communal values all have destroyed Occidental cult...

    I thought the very best point this book made came right at the beginning. Dawkins reports on surveys carried out in the US, where subjects received a description of an otherwise sympathetic political candidate, and were asked whether they would still vote for them if one extra feature ...

    I'm going to get the criticism out of the way before I move on to why I *love* this book. Richard Dawkins is not an easy read. He never pulls a punch, and if any of the beliefs he is attacking in his book are yours then this is going to get your back up. Not for nothing was he passe...

    This book was a dramatic disappointment that did not live up to the "finally someone has proven religion is poppycock" hype it received. Dawkins fails utterly to tear down any meaningful experience of religion, instead he merely reinforces the petty grudges that some atheists have agai...

    The God Delusion, Richard Dawkins The God Delusion is a 2006 non-fiction book by English biologist Richard Dawkins, a professorial fellow at New College, Oxford and former holder of the Charles Simonyi Chair for the Public Understanding of Science at the University of Oxford. ????...

  • Jasper
    Jan 02, 2008

    Well, this settles it once and for all. There is no God. Which turns out to be a good thing, considering the God most Americans believe in is a crazy, vengeful, ego-maniacal monster. Dawkins? insights are so cunning and profound you can?t help feeling embarrassed for the believer. ...

    This is perhaps the worst polemic against religion I have ever read. Really, if Dawkins actually knew anything about religion, he wouldn't have written the book. Instead, he knows nothing about the subject, and so if you know nothing about something, you don't even KNOW when you say st...

    I am not an atheist, but neither am I a 'true believer'. I border more on 'agnostic', that is to say I believe there is some force beyond this Earth and that I don't know what it is, but I don't subscribe to any particular set of beliefs, per se. Until I come across books like this ...

    [Original review, Jan 19 2016] I must admit that I was somewhat taken aback when Donald Trump suggested the US should deny entry to Muslims and require them all to carry ID cards. But having had time to get over the initial shock and consider it on its merits, the idea has definitel...

    The God Delusion - Why there almost certainly is no God? I have been a big fan of Dawkins from the time I read The Selfish Gene. This book does nothing to damage that, even though it is not as logically cohesive as The Selfish Gene. The God Delusion is easier to argue with and maybe...

    Athiests have been ranked as one of the least trusted groups, and the oft-repeated notion that atheism is the same as amorality is always saddening. A common argument I've encountered is 'if you don't believe in god, then what's to stop you stealing, raping, and killing as often as you...

    ?? ??? ?????? ??????? ????? ?? ?????? ??????? ?????? ???? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??? ???????? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ? ???? ????? : ??? ?? .. ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?...

    THE GOD DELUSION BY RICHARD DAWKINS: Dawkins latest book is as brutal and honest as its title. For those who aren?t looking to have their faith and beliefs gravely challenged, you may want to skip this book. Though Dawkins is looking for everyone to read this book with an open mind, ...

    Ok, we get it. Religion is bad. Christianity is evil, Islam is maniacal, and all other religious zealots are out of their mind. I guess Dawkins is right...public hospitals, orphanages (both Christian inventions in the West), as well as communal values all have destroyed Occidental cult...

    I thought the very best point this book made came right at the beginning. Dawkins reports on surveys carried out in the US, where subjects received a description of an otherwise sympathetic political candidate, and were asked whether they would still vote for them if one extra feature ...

    I'm going to get the criticism out of the way before I move on to why I *love* this book. Richard Dawkins is not an easy read. He never pulls a punch, and if any of the beliefs he is attacking in his book are yours then this is going to get your back up. Not for nothing was he passe...

    This book was a dramatic disappointment that did not live up to the "finally someone has proven religion is poppycock" hype it received. Dawkins fails utterly to tear down any meaningful experience of religion, instead he merely reinforces the petty grudges that some atheists have agai...

    The God Delusion, Richard Dawkins The God Delusion is a 2006 non-fiction book by English biologist Richard Dawkins, a professorial fellow at New College, Oxford and former holder of the Charles Simonyi Chair for the Public Understanding of Science at the University of Oxford. ????...

    As an agnostic I can wholeheartedly promise you that this book is so tedious it will reduce you to tears. He debunks God as a concept and in the process completely misses the point of God. He then just carries on repeating himself through chapter after chapter after boring chapter. If ...

  • James
    Aug 02, 2008

    Well, this settles it once and for all. There is no God. Which turns out to be a good thing, considering the God most Americans believe in is a crazy, vengeful, ego-maniacal monster. Dawkins? insights are so cunning and profound you can?t help feeling embarrassed for the believer. ...

    This is perhaps the worst polemic against religion I have ever read. Really, if Dawkins actually knew anything about religion, he wouldn't have written the book. Instead, he knows nothing about the subject, and so if you know nothing about something, you don't even KNOW when you say st...

    I am not an atheist, but neither am I a 'true believer'. I border more on 'agnostic', that is to say I believe there is some force beyond this Earth and that I don't know what it is, but I don't subscribe to any particular set of beliefs, per se. Until I come across books like this ...

    [Original review, Jan 19 2016] I must admit that I was somewhat taken aback when Donald Trump suggested the US should deny entry to Muslims and require them all to carry ID cards. But having had time to get over the initial shock and consider it on its merits, the idea has definitel...

    The God Delusion - Why there almost certainly is no God? I have been a big fan of Dawkins from the time I read The Selfish Gene. This book does nothing to damage that, even though it is not as logically cohesive as The Selfish Gene. The God Delusion is easier to argue with and maybe...

    Athiests have been ranked as one of the least trusted groups, and the oft-repeated notion that atheism is the same as amorality is always saddening. A common argument I've encountered is 'if you don't believe in god, then what's to stop you stealing, raping, and killing as often as you...

    ?? ??? ?????? ??????? ????? ?? ?????? ??????? ?????? ???? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??? ???????? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ? ???? ????? : ??? ?? .. ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?...

    THE GOD DELUSION BY RICHARD DAWKINS: Dawkins latest book is as brutal and honest as its title. For those who aren?t looking to have their faith and beliefs gravely challenged, you may want to skip this book. Though Dawkins is looking for everyone to read this book with an open mind, ...

    Ok, we get it. Religion is bad. Christianity is evil, Islam is maniacal, and all other religious zealots are out of their mind. I guess Dawkins is right...public hospitals, orphanages (both Christian inventions in the West), as well as communal values all have destroyed Occidental cult...

    I thought the very best point this book made came right at the beginning. Dawkins reports on surveys carried out in the US, where subjects received a description of an otherwise sympathetic political candidate, and were asked whether they would still vote for them if one extra feature ...

    I'm going to get the criticism out of the way before I move on to why I *love* this book. Richard Dawkins is not an easy read. He never pulls a punch, and if any of the beliefs he is attacking in his book are yours then this is going to get your back up. Not for nothing was he passe...

    This book was a dramatic disappointment that did not live up to the "finally someone has proven religion is poppycock" hype it received. Dawkins fails utterly to tear down any meaningful experience of religion, instead he merely reinforces the petty grudges that some atheists have agai...

  • Erik Graff
    Nov 06, 2010

    Well, this settles it once and for all. There is no God. Which turns out to be a good thing, considering the God most Americans believe in is a crazy, vengeful, ego-maniacal monster. Dawkins? insights are so cunning and profound you can?t help feeling embarrassed for the believer. ...

    This is perhaps the worst polemic against religion I have ever read. Really, if Dawkins actually knew anything about religion, he wouldn't have written the book. Instead, he knows nothing about the subject, and so if you know nothing about something, you don't even KNOW when you say st...

    I am not an atheist, but neither am I a 'true believer'. I border more on 'agnostic', that is to say I believe there is some force beyond this Earth and that I don't know what it is, but I don't subscribe to any particular set of beliefs, per se. Until I come across books like this ...

    [Original review, Jan 19 2016] I must admit that I was somewhat taken aback when Donald Trump suggested the US should deny entry to Muslims and require them all to carry ID cards. But having had time to get over the initial shock and consider it on its merits, the idea has definitel...

    The God Delusion - Why there almost certainly is no God? I have been a big fan of Dawkins from the time I read The Selfish Gene. This book does nothing to damage that, even though it is not as logically cohesive as The Selfish Gene. The God Delusion is easier to argue with and maybe...

    Athiests have been ranked as one of the least trusted groups, and the oft-repeated notion that atheism is the same as amorality is always saddening. A common argument I've encountered is 'if you don't believe in god, then what's to stop you stealing, raping, and killing as often as you...

    ?? ??? ?????? ??????? ????? ?? ?????? ??????? ?????? ???? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??? ???????? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ? ???? ????? : ??? ?? .. ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?...

    THE GOD DELUSION BY RICHARD DAWKINS: Dawkins latest book is as brutal and honest as its title. For those who aren?t looking to have their faith and beliefs gravely challenged, you may want to skip this book. Though Dawkins is looking for everyone to read this book with an open mind, ...

    Ok, we get it. Religion is bad. Christianity is evil, Islam is maniacal, and all other religious zealots are out of their mind. I guess Dawkins is right...public hospitals, orphanages (both Christian inventions in the West), as well as communal values all have destroyed Occidental cult...

    I thought the very best point this book made came right at the beginning. Dawkins reports on surveys carried out in the US, where subjects received a description of an otherwise sympathetic political candidate, and were asked whether they would still vote for them if one extra feature ...

    I'm going to get the criticism out of the way before I move on to why I *love* this book. Richard Dawkins is not an easy read. He never pulls a punch, and if any of the beliefs he is attacking in his book are yours then this is going to get your back up. Not for nothing was he passe...

    This book was a dramatic disappointment that did not live up to the "finally someone has proven religion is poppycock" hype it received. Dawkins fails utterly to tear down any meaningful experience of religion, instead he merely reinforces the petty grudges that some atheists have agai...

    The God Delusion, Richard Dawkins The God Delusion is a 2006 non-fiction book by English biologist Richard Dawkins, a professorial fellow at New College, Oxford and former holder of the Charles Simonyi Chair for the Public Understanding of Science at the University of Oxford. ????...

    As an agnostic I can wholeheartedly promise you that this book is so tedious it will reduce you to tears. He debunks God as a concept and in the process completely misses the point of God. He then just carries on repeating himself through chapter after chapter after boring chapter. If ...

    Regardless of your religious beliefs, I urge you to read this book. ...

    I've had a love / hate relationship with Dawkins over the years. I didn't really like his The Selfish Gene, mostly because I think it tries to explain things on the wrong scale. I quite like his meme metaphor, but think people like Dennett take it too far by forgetting it is a metaphor...

    This book is so well known, it seems almost pointless to review it. If you are a believer, you will not like it, though you're probably aware of that. Dawkins' explicit aim is that ?religious readers who open it will be atheists when they put it down? and that unbelievers shoul...

    ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ? ??? ?? ???? ?? ?? ??? ?????... ????? ?? ???? ? ???? ????... ???? ?????? ? ????? ?????? ???... ?????? ???? ?????? ???...

    I feel the need to insert a negative review from a believer of evolution and a harsh critic of organized religion. His basic assertion that faith and science are inextricably entangled is sound. However, he leaps off this logical diving board and into a mess of false simplifications ab...

    ????? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?? ???????..??????? ?? ???????.. ?? ????! ????? ????????? ?? ?????..???? ???? ???? ?? ?????????? ???? ?????? ?????.. ????...

    Alternatively, this book could have been titled "One Man's Love Affair with Natural Selection". A very informative read, but in favor of discretion, I think I'll keep my opinions on the issue to myself. ...

    TWO RANTS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE Now, here's the thing about this author : With friends like Richard Dawkins, who needs enemies? Okay, i said it. Whew, I feel better. He's just so annoying, even when you agree with him. Grr. Okay, well, so, some time ago I watched Richard...

    ?????? ? ???? ??? ???? ????????? ??? ???? ??? ???????? (???? ???????? ?????????) ? ????? ??? ????????? (??? ?????????) ??????????? ?? ??? ?????? ??? ????????...

    When others throw such words as "god" or "spiritual" or "soul" into their conversation I must ask them what they're talking about unless the context is clear. Unchurched, when I was a kid I thought they all meant something, something obscure to me, but still significant. Feeling ignora...

  • Lia
    Mar 31, 2008

    Well, this settles it once and for all. There is no God. Which turns out to be a good thing, considering the God most Americans believe in is a crazy, vengeful, ego-maniacal monster. Dawkins? insights are so cunning and profound you can?t help feeling embarrassed for the believer. ...

    This is perhaps the worst polemic against religion I have ever read. Really, if Dawkins actually knew anything about religion, he wouldn't have written the book. Instead, he knows nothing about the subject, and so if you know nothing about something, you don't even KNOW when you say st...

    I am not an atheist, but neither am I a 'true believer'. I border more on 'agnostic', that is to say I believe there is some force beyond this Earth and that I don't know what it is, but I don't subscribe to any particular set of beliefs, per se. Until I come across books like this ...

    [Original review, Jan 19 2016] I must admit that I was somewhat taken aback when Donald Trump suggested the US should deny entry to Muslims and require them all to carry ID cards. But having had time to get over the initial shock and consider it on its merits, the idea has definitel...

    The God Delusion - Why there almost certainly is no God? I have been a big fan of Dawkins from the time I read The Selfish Gene. This book does nothing to damage that, even though it is not as logically cohesive as The Selfish Gene. The God Delusion is easier to argue with and maybe...

    Athiests have been ranked as one of the least trusted groups, and the oft-repeated notion that atheism is the same as amorality is always saddening. A common argument I've encountered is 'if you don't believe in god, then what's to stop you stealing, raping, and killing as often as you...

    ?? ??? ?????? ??????? ????? ?? ?????? ??????? ?????? ???? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??? ???????? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ? ???? ????? : ??? ?? .. ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?...

    THE GOD DELUSION BY RICHARD DAWKINS: Dawkins latest book is as brutal and honest as its title. For those who aren?t looking to have their faith and beliefs gravely challenged, you may want to skip this book. Though Dawkins is looking for everyone to read this book with an open mind, ...

    Ok, we get it. Religion is bad. Christianity is evil, Islam is maniacal, and all other religious zealots are out of their mind. I guess Dawkins is right...public hospitals, orphanages (both Christian inventions in the West), as well as communal values all have destroyed Occidental cult...

    I thought the very best point this book made came right at the beginning. Dawkins reports on surveys carried out in the US, where subjects received a description of an otherwise sympathetic political candidate, and were asked whether they would still vote for them if one extra feature ...

    I'm going to get the criticism out of the way before I move on to why I *love* this book. Richard Dawkins is not an easy read. He never pulls a punch, and if any of the beliefs he is attacking in his book are yours then this is going to get your back up. Not for nothing was he passe...

    This book was a dramatic disappointment that did not live up to the "finally someone has proven religion is poppycock" hype it received. Dawkins fails utterly to tear down any meaningful experience of religion, instead he merely reinforces the petty grudges that some atheists have agai...

    The God Delusion, Richard Dawkins The God Delusion is a 2006 non-fiction book by English biologist Richard Dawkins, a professorial fellow at New College, Oxford and former holder of the Charles Simonyi Chair for the Public Understanding of Science at the University of Oxford. ????...

    As an agnostic I can wholeheartedly promise you that this book is so tedious it will reduce you to tears. He debunks God as a concept and in the process completely misses the point of God. He then just carries on repeating himself through chapter after chapter after boring chapter. If ...

    Regardless of your religious beliefs, I urge you to read this book. ...

    I've had a love / hate relationship with Dawkins over the years. I didn't really like his The Selfish Gene, mostly because I think it tries to explain things on the wrong scale. I quite like his meme metaphor, but think people like Dennett take it too far by forgetting it is a metaphor...

    This book is so well known, it seems almost pointless to review it. If you are a believer, you will not like it, though you're probably aware of that. Dawkins' explicit aim is that ?religious readers who open it will be atheists when they put it down? and that unbelievers shoul...

    ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ? ??? ?? ???? ?? ?? ??? ?????... ????? ?? ???? ? ???? ????... ???? ?????? ? ????? ?????? ???... ?????? ???? ?????? ???...

    I feel the need to insert a negative review from a believer of evolution and a harsh critic of organized religion. His basic assertion that faith and science are inextricably entangled is sound. However, he leaps off this logical diving board and into a mess of false simplifications ab...

  • Cecily
    Apr 21, 2010

    Well, this settles it once and for all. There is no God. Which turns out to be a good thing, considering the God most Americans believe in is a crazy, vengeful, ego-maniacal monster. Dawkins? insights are so cunning and profound you can?t help feeling embarrassed for the believer. ...

    This is perhaps the worst polemic against religion I have ever read. Really, if Dawkins actually knew anything about religion, he wouldn't have written the book. Instead, he knows nothing about the subject, and so if you know nothing about something, you don't even KNOW when you say st...

    I am not an atheist, but neither am I a 'true believer'. I border more on 'agnostic', that is to say I believe there is some force beyond this Earth and that I don't know what it is, but I don't subscribe to any particular set of beliefs, per se. Until I come across books like this ...

    [Original review, Jan 19 2016] I must admit that I was somewhat taken aback when Donald Trump suggested the US should deny entry to Muslims and require them all to carry ID cards. But having had time to get over the initial shock and consider it on its merits, the idea has definitel...

    The God Delusion - Why there almost certainly is no God? I have been a big fan of Dawkins from the time I read The Selfish Gene. This book does nothing to damage that, even though it is not as logically cohesive as The Selfish Gene. The God Delusion is easier to argue with and maybe...

    Athiests have been ranked as one of the least trusted groups, and the oft-repeated notion that atheism is the same as amorality is always saddening. A common argument I've encountered is 'if you don't believe in god, then what's to stop you stealing, raping, and killing as often as you...

    ?? ??? ?????? ??????? ????? ?? ?????? ??????? ?????? ???? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??? ???????? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ? ???? ????? : ??? ?? .. ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?...

    THE GOD DELUSION BY RICHARD DAWKINS: Dawkins latest book is as brutal and honest as its title. For those who aren?t looking to have their faith and beliefs gravely challenged, you may want to skip this book. Though Dawkins is looking for everyone to read this book with an open mind, ...

    Ok, we get it. Religion is bad. Christianity is evil, Islam is maniacal, and all other religious zealots are out of their mind. I guess Dawkins is right...public hospitals, orphanages (both Christian inventions in the West), as well as communal values all have destroyed Occidental cult...

    I thought the very best point this book made came right at the beginning. Dawkins reports on surveys carried out in the US, where subjects received a description of an otherwise sympathetic political candidate, and were asked whether they would still vote for them if one extra feature ...

    I'm going to get the criticism out of the way before I move on to why I *love* this book. Richard Dawkins is not an easy read. He never pulls a punch, and if any of the beliefs he is attacking in his book are yours then this is going to get your back up. Not for nothing was he passe...

    This book was a dramatic disappointment that did not live up to the "finally someone has proven religion is poppycock" hype it received. Dawkins fails utterly to tear down any meaningful experience of religion, instead he merely reinforces the petty grudges that some atheists have agai...

    The God Delusion, Richard Dawkins The God Delusion is a 2006 non-fiction book by English biologist Richard Dawkins, a professorial fellow at New College, Oxford and former holder of the Charles Simonyi Chair for the Public Understanding of Science at the University of Oxford. ????...

    As an agnostic I can wholeheartedly promise you that this book is so tedious it will reduce you to tears. He debunks God as a concept and in the process completely misses the point of God. He then just carries on repeating himself through chapter after chapter after boring chapter. If ...

    Regardless of your religious beliefs, I urge you to read this book. ...

    I've had a love / hate relationship with Dawkins over the years. I didn't really like his The Selfish Gene, mostly because I think it tries to explain things on the wrong scale. I quite like his meme metaphor, but think people like Dennett take it too far by forgetting it is a metaphor...

    This book is so well known, it seems almost pointless to review it. If you are a believer, you will not like it, though you're probably aware of that. Dawkins' explicit aim is that ?religious readers who open it will be atheists when they put it down? and that unbelievers shoul...

  • Karl-O
    Jan 27, 2009

    Well, this settles it once and for all. There is no God. Which turns out to be a good thing, considering the God most Americans believe in is a crazy, vengeful, ego-maniacal monster. Dawkins? insights are so cunning and profound you can?t help feeling embarrassed for the believer. ...

    This is perhaps the worst polemic against religion I have ever read. Really, if Dawkins actually knew anything about religion, he wouldn't have written the book. Instead, he knows nothing about the subject, and so if you know nothing about something, you don't even KNOW when you say st...

    I am not an atheist, but neither am I a 'true believer'. I border more on 'agnostic', that is to say I believe there is some force beyond this Earth and that I don't know what it is, but I don't subscribe to any particular set of beliefs, per se. Until I come across books like this ...

    [Original review, Jan 19 2016] I must admit that I was somewhat taken aback when Donald Trump suggested the US should deny entry to Muslims and require them all to carry ID cards. But having had time to get over the initial shock and consider it on its merits, the idea has definitel...

    The God Delusion - Why there almost certainly is no God? I have been a big fan of Dawkins from the time I read The Selfish Gene. This book does nothing to damage that, even though it is not as logically cohesive as The Selfish Gene. The God Delusion is easier to argue with and maybe...

    Athiests have been ranked as one of the least trusted groups, and the oft-repeated notion that atheism is the same as amorality is always saddening. A common argument I've encountered is 'if you don't believe in god, then what's to stop you stealing, raping, and killing as often as you...

    ?? ??? ?????? ??????? ????? ?? ?????? ??????? ?????? ???? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??? ???????? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ? ???? ????? : ??? ?? .. ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?...

    THE GOD DELUSION BY RICHARD DAWKINS: Dawkins latest book is as brutal and honest as its title. For those who aren?t looking to have their faith and beliefs gravely challenged, you may want to skip this book. Though Dawkins is looking for everyone to read this book with an open mind, ...

    Ok, we get it. Religion is bad. Christianity is evil, Islam is maniacal, and all other religious zealots are out of their mind. I guess Dawkins is right...public hospitals, orphanages (both Christian inventions in the West), as well as communal values all have destroyed Occidental cult...

    I thought the very best point this book made came right at the beginning. Dawkins reports on surveys carried out in the US, where subjects received a description of an otherwise sympathetic political candidate, and were asked whether they would still vote for them if one extra feature ...

    I'm going to get the criticism out of the way before I move on to why I *love* this book. Richard Dawkins is not an easy read. He never pulls a punch, and if any of the beliefs he is attacking in his book are yours then this is going to get your back up. Not for nothing was he passe...

    This book was a dramatic disappointment that did not live up to the "finally someone has proven religion is poppycock" hype it received. Dawkins fails utterly to tear down any meaningful experience of religion, instead he merely reinforces the petty grudges that some atheists have agai...

    The God Delusion, Richard Dawkins The God Delusion is a 2006 non-fiction book by English biologist Richard Dawkins, a professorial fellow at New College, Oxford and former holder of the Charles Simonyi Chair for the Public Understanding of Science at the University of Oxford. ????...

    As an agnostic I can wholeheartedly promise you that this book is so tedious it will reduce you to tears. He debunks God as a concept and in the process completely misses the point of God. He then just carries on repeating himself through chapter after chapter after boring chapter. If ...

    Regardless of your religious beliefs, I urge you to read this book. ...

  • David Katzman
    Aug 02, 2018

    Well, this settles it once and for all. There is no God. Which turns out to be a good thing, considering the God most Americans believe in is a crazy, vengeful, ego-maniacal monster. Dawkins? insights are so cunning and profound you can?t help feeling embarrassed for the believer. ...

    This is perhaps the worst polemic against religion I have ever read. Really, if Dawkins actually knew anything about religion, he wouldn't have written the book. Instead, he knows nothing about the subject, and so if you know nothing about something, you don't even KNOW when you say st...

    I am not an atheist, but neither am I a 'true believer'. I border more on 'agnostic', that is to say I believe there is some force beyond this Earth and that I don't know what it is, but I don't subscribe to any particular set of beliefs, per se. Until I come across books like this ...

    [Original review, Jan 19 2016] I must admit that I was somewhat taken aback when Donald Trump suggested the US should deny entry to Muslims and require them all to carry ID cards. But having had time to get over the initial shock and consider it on its merits, the idea has definitel...

    The God Delusion - Why there almost certainly is no God? I have been a big fan of Dawkins from the time I read The Selfish Gene. This book does nothing to damage that, even though it is not as logically cohesive as The Selfish Gene. The God Delusion is easier to argue with and maybe...

    Athiests have been ranked as one of the least trusted groups, and the oft-repeated notion that atheism is the same as amorality is always saddening. A common argument I've encountered is 'if you don't believe in god, then what's to stop you stealing, raping, and killing as often as you...

    ?? ??? ?????? ??????? ????? ?? ?????? ??????? ?????? ???? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??? ???????? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ? ???? ????? : ??? ?? .. ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?...

    THE GOD DELUSION BY RICHARD DAWKINS: Dawkins latest book is as brutal and honest as its title. For those who aren?t looking to have their faith and beliefs gravely challenged, you may want to skip this book. Though Dawkins is looking for everyone to read this book with an open mind, ...

    Ok, we get it. Religion is bad. Christianity is evil, Islam is maniacal, and all other religious zealots are out of their mind. I guess Dawkins is right...public hospitals, orphanages (both Christian inventions in the West), as well as communal values all have destroyed Occidental cult...

    I thought the very best point this book made came right at the beginning. Dawkins reports on surveys carried out in the US, where subjects received a description of an otherwise sympathetic political candidate, and were asked whether they would still vote for them if one extra feature ...

    I'm going to get the criticism out of the way before I move on to why I *love* this book. Richard Dawkins is not an easy read. He never pulls a punch, and if any of the beliefs he is attacking in his book are yours then this is going to get your back up. Not for nothing was he passe...

    This book was a dramatic disappointment that did not live up to the "finally someone has proven religion is poppycock" hype it received. Dawkins fails utterly to tear down any meaningful experience of religion, instead he merely reinforces the petty grudges that some atheists have agai...

    The God Delusion, Richard Dawkins The God Delusion is a 2006 non-fiction book by English biologist Richard Dawkins, a professorial fellow at New College, Oxford and former holder of the Charles Simonyi Chair for the Public Understanding of Science at the University of Oxford. ????...

    As an agnostic I can wholeheartedly promise you that this book is so tedious it will reduce you to tears. He debunks God as a concept and in the process completely misses the point of God. He then just carries on repeating himself through chapter after chapter after boring chapter. If ...

    Regardless of your religious beliefs, I urge you to read this book. ...

    I've had a love / hate relationship with Dawkins over the years. I didn't really like his The Selfish Gene, mostly because I think it tries to explain things on the wrong scale. I quite like his meme metaphor, but think people like Dennett take it too far by forgetting it is a metaphor...

    This book is so well known, it seems almost pointless to review it. If you are a believer, you will not like it, though you're probably aware of that. Dawkins' explicit aim is that ?religious readers who open it will be atheists when they put it down? and that unbelievers shoul...

    ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ? ??? ?? ???? ?? ?? ??? ?????... ????? ?? ???? ? ???? ????... ???? ?????? ? ????? ?????? ???... ?????? ???? ?????? ???...

    I feel the need to insert a negative review from a believer of evolution and a harsh critic of organized religion. His basic assertion that faith and science are inextricably entangled is sound. However, he leaps off this logical diving board and into a mess of false simplifications ab...

    ????? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?? ???????..??????? ?? ???????.. ?? ????! ????? ????????? ?? ?????..???? ???? ???? ?? ?????????? ???? ?????? ?????.. ????...

    Alternatively, this book could have been titled "One Man's Love Affair with Natural Selection". A very informative read, but in favor of discretion, I think I'll keep my opinions on the issue to myself. ...

    TWO RANTS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE Now, here's the thing about this author : With friends like Richard Dawkins, who needs enemies? Okay, i said it. Whew, I feel better. He's just so annoying, even when you agree with him. Grr. Okay, well, so, some time ago I watched Richard...

    ?????? ? ???? ??? ???? ????????? ??? ???? ??? ???????? (???? ???????? ?????????) ? ????? ??? ????????? (??? ?????????) ??????????? ?? ??? ?????? ??? ????????...

    When others throw such words as "god" or "spiritual" or "soul" into their conversation I must ask them what they're talking about unless the context is clear. Unchurched, when I was a kid I thought they all meant something, something obscure to me, but still significant. Feeling ignora...

    If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review. Fallacious Reasoning: "The God Delusion" By Richard Dawkins ?Science can chip away at agnosticism, in a way that Huxley bent over backwards to deny for the special of God. I am arguing that, notwithstanding the...

    I'm a part of the atheist choir to which Dawkins is preaching; but I honestly believe that this book might change a religious person's mind, if they bothered to pick it up (I've been hearing a lot about how many religious congregations are condemning Dawkins's work as a tool of Satan)....

    I don't commonly read non-fiction, but I've had this on my shelf for years so finally got to it. You know what it's about. It?s entertaining and informative, and I think an excellent read for anyone who is either on-the-fence, open-mindedly religious, or for those who are recoveri...

  • Riku Sayuj
    Feb 04, 2011

    Well, this settles it once and for all. There is no God. Which turns out to be a good thing, considering the God most Americans believe in is a crazy, vengeful, ego-maniacal monster. Dawkins? insights are so cunning and profound you can?t help feeling embarrassed for the believer. ...

    This is perhaps the worst polemic against religion I have ever read. Really, if Dawkins actually knew anything about religion, he wouldn't have written the book. Instead, he knows nothing about the subject, and so if you know nothing about something, you don't even KNOW when you say st...

    I am not an atheist, but neither am I a 'true believer'. I border more on 'agnostic', that is to say I believe there is some force beyond this Earth and that I don't know what it is, but I don't subscribe to any particular set of beliefs, per se. Until I come across books like this ...

    [Original review, Jan 19 2016] I must admit that I was somewhat taken aback when Donald Trump suggested the US should deny entry to Muslims and require them all to carry ID cards. But having had time to get over the initial shock and consider it on its merits, the idea has definitel...

    The God Delusion - Why there almost certainly is no God? I have been a big fan of Dawkins from the time I read The Selfish Gene. This book does nothing to damage that, even though it is not as logically cohesive as The Selfish Gene. The God Delusion is easier to argue with and maybe...

  • Manny
    Jan 19, 2016

    Well, this settles it once and for all. There is no God. Which turns out to be a good thing, considering the God most Americans believe in is a crazy, vengeful, ego-maniacal monster. Dawkins? insights are so cunning and profound you can?t help feeling embarrassed for the believer. ...

    This is perhaps the worst polemic against religion I have ever read. Really, if Dawkins actually knew anything about religion, he wouldn't have written the book. Instead, he knows nothing about the subject, and so if you know nothing about something, you don't even KNOW when you say st...

    I am not an atheist, but neither am I a 'true believer'. I border more on 'agnostic', that is to say I believe there is some force beyond this Earth and that I don't know what it is, but I don't subscribe to any particular set of beliefs, per se. Until I come across books like this ...

    [Original review, Jan 19 2016] I must admit that I was somewhat taken aback when Donald Trump suggested the US should deny entry to Muslims and require them all to carry ID cards. But having had time to get over the initial shock and consider it on its merits, the idea has definitel...

  • Manny
    Nov 22, 2008

    Well, this settles it once and for all. There is no God. Which turns out to be a good thing, considering the God most Americans believe in is a crazy, vengeful, ego-maniacal monster. Dawkins? insights are so cunning and profound you can?t help feeling embarrassed for the believer. ...

    This is perhaps the worst polemic against religion I have ever read. Really, if Dawkins actually knew anything about religion, he wouldn't have written the book. Instead, he knows nothing about the subject, and so if you know nothing about something, you don't even KNOW when you say st...

    I am not an atheist, but neither am I a 'true believer'. I border more on 'agnostic', that is to say I believe there is some force beyond this Earth and that I don't know what it is, but I don't subscribe to any particular set of beliefs, per se. Until I come across books like this ...

    [Original review, Jan 19 2016] I must admit that I was somewhat taken aback when Donald Trump suggested the US should deny entry to Muslims and require them all to carry ID cards. But having had time to get over the initial shock and consider it on its merits, the idea has definitel...

    The God Delusion - Why there almost certainly is no God? I have been a big fan of Dawkins from the time I read The Selfish Gene. This book does nothing to damage that, even though it is not as logically cohesive as The Selfish Gene. The God Delusion is easier to argue with and maybe...

    Athiests have been ranked as one of the least trusted groups, and the oft-repeated notion that atheism is the same as amorality is always saddening. A common argument I've encountered is 'if you don't believe in god, then what's to stop you stealing, raping, and killing as often as you...

    ?? ??? ?????? ??????? ????? ?? ?????? ??????? ?????? ???? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??? ???????? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ? ???? ????? : ??? ?? .. ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?...

    THE GOD DELUSION BY RICHARD DAWKINS: Dawkins latest book is as brutal and honest as its title. For those who aren?t looking to have their faith and beliefs gravely challenged, you may want to skip this book. Though Dawkins is looking for everyone to read this book with an open mind, ...

    Ok, we get it. Religion is bad. Christianity is evil, Islam is maniacal, and all other religious zealots are out of their mind. I guess Dawkins is right...public hospitals, orphanages (both Christian inventions in the West), as well as communal values all have destroyed Occidental cult...

    I thought the very best point this book made came right at the beginning. Dawkins reports on surveys carried out in the US, where subjects received a description of an otherwise sympathetic political candidate, and were asked whether they would still vote for them if one extra feature ...

  • Salma
    Nov 27, 2012

    Well, this settles it once and for all. There is no God. Which turns out to be a good thing, considering the God most Americans believe in is a crazy, vengeful, ego-maniacal monster. Dawkins? insights are so cunning and profound you can?t help feeling embarrassed for the believer. ...

    This is perhaps the worst polemic against religion I have ever read. Really, if Dawkins actually knew anything about religion, he wouldn't have written the book. Instead, he knows nothing about the subject, and so if you know nothing about something, you don't even KNOW when you say st...

    I am not an atheist, but neither am I a 'true believer'. I border more on 'agnostic', that is to say I believe there is some force beyond this Earth and that I don't know what it is, but I don't subscribe to any particular set of beliefs, per se. Until I come across books like this ...

    [Original review, Jan 19 2016] I must admit that I was somewhat taken aback when Donald Trump suggested the US should deny entry to Muslims and require them all to carry ID cards. But having had time to get over the initial shock and consider it on its merits, the idea has definitel...

    The God Delusion - Why there almost certainly is no God? I have been a big fan of Dawkins from the time I read The Selfish Gene. This book does nothing to damage that, even though it is not as logically cohesive as The Selfish Gene. The God Delusion is easier to argue with and maybe...

    Athiests have been ranked as one of the least trusted groups, and the oft-repeated notion that atheism is the same as amorality is always saddening. A common argument I've encountered is 'if you don't believe in god, then what's to stop you stealing, raping, and killing as often as you...

    ?? ??? ?????? ??????? ????? ?? ?????? ??????? ?????? ???? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??? ???????? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ? ???? ????? : ??? ?? .. ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?...

    THE GOD DELUSION BY RICHARD DAWKINS: Dawkins latest book is as brutal and honest as its title. For those who aren?t looking to have their faith and beliefs gravely challenged, you may want to skip this book. Though Dawkins is looking for everyone to read this book with an open mind, ...

    Ok, we get it. Religion is bad. Christianity is evil, Islam is maniacal, and all other religious zealots are out of their mind. I guess Dawkins is right...public hospitals, orphanages (both Christian inventions in the West), as well as communal values all have destroyed Occidental cult...

    I thought the very best point this book made came right at the beginning. Dawkins reports on surveys carried out in the US, where subjects received a description of an otherwise sympathetic political candidate, and were asked whether they would still vote for them if one extra feature ...

    I'm going to get the criticism out of the way before I move on to why I *love* this book. Richard Dawkins is not an easy read. He never pulls a punch, and if any of the beliefs he is attacking in his book are yours then this is going to get your back up. Not for nothing was he passe...

    This book was a dramatic disappointment that did not live up to the "finally someone has proven religion is poppycock" hype it received. Dawkins fails utterly to tear down any meaningful experience of religion, instead he merely reinforces the petty grudges that some atheists have agai...

    The God Delusion, Richard Dawkins The God Delusion is a 2006 non-fiction book by English biologist Richard Dawkins, a professorial fellow at New College, Oxford and former holder of the Charles Simonyi Chair for the Public Understanding of Science at the University of Oxford. ????...

    As an agnostic I can wholeheartedly promise you that this book is so tedious it will reduce you to tears. He debunks God as a concept and in the process completely misses the point of God. He then just carries on repeating himself through chapter after chapter after boring chapter. If ...

    Regardless of your religious beliefs, I urge you to read this book. ...

    I've had a love / hate relationship with Dawkins over the years. I didn't really like his The Selfish Gene, mostly because I think it tries to explain things on the wrong scale. I quite like his meme metaphor, but think people like Dennett take it too far by forgetting it is a metaphor...

    This book is so well known, it seems almost pointless to review it. If you are a believer, you will not like it, though you're probably aware of that. Dawkins' explicit aim is that ?religious readers who open it will be atheists when they put it down? and that unbelievers shoul...

    ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ? ??? ?? ???? ?? ?? ??? ?????... ????? ?? ???? ? ???? ????... ???? ?????? ? ????? ?????? ???... ?????? ???? ?????? ???...

  • Kat Kennedy
    Jun 25, 2014

    Well, this settles it once and for all. There is no God. Which turns out to be a good thing, considering the God most Americans believe in is a crazy, vengeful, ego-maniacal monster. Dawkins? insights are so cunning and profound you can?t help feeling embarrassed for the believer. ...

    This is perhaps the worst polemic against religion I have ever read. Really, if Dawkins actually knew anything about religion, he wouldn't have written the book. Instead, he knows nothing about the subject, and so if you know nothing about something, you don't even KNOW when you say st...

    I am not an atheist, but neither am I a 'true believer'. I border more on 'agnostic', that is to say I believe there is some force beyond this Earth and that I don't know what it is, but I don't subscribe to any particular set of beliefs, per se. Until I come across books like this ...

    [Original review, Jan 19 2016] I must admit that I was somewhat taken aback when Donald Trump suggested the US should deny entry to Muslims and require them all to carry ID cards. But having had time to get over the initial shock and consider it on its merits, the idea has definitel...

    The God Delusion - Why there almost certainly is no God? I have been a big fan of Dawkins from the time I read The Selfish Gene. This book does nothing to damage that, even though it is not as logically cohesive as The Selfish Gene. The God Delusion is easier to argue with and maybe...

    Athiests have been ranked as one of the least trusted groups, and the oft-repeated notion that atheism is the same as amorality is always saddening. A common argument I've encountered is 'if you don't believe in god, then what's to stop you stealing, raping, and killing as often as you...

    ?? ??? ?????? ??????? ????? ?? ?????? ??????? ?????? ???? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??? ???????? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ? ???? ????? : ??? ?? .. ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?...

    THE GOD DELUSION BY RICHARD DAWKINS: Dawkins latest book is as brutal and honest as its title. For those who aren?t looking to have their faith and beliefs gravely challenged, you may want to skip this book. Though Dawkins is looking for everyone to read this book with an open mind, ...

    Ok, we get it. Religion is bad. Christianity is evil, Islam is maniacal, and all other religious zealots are out of their mind. I guess Dawkins is right...public hospitals, orphanages (both Christian inventions in the West), as well as communal values all have destroyed Occidental cult...

    I thought the very best point this book made came right at the beginning. Dawkins reports on surveys carried out in the US, where subjects received a description of an otherwise sympathetic political candidate, and were asked whether they would still vote for them if one extra feature ...

    I'm going to get the criticism out of the way before I move on to why I *love* this book. Richard Dawkins is not an easy read. He never pulls a punch, and if any of the beliefs he is attacking in his book are yours then this is going to get your back up. Not for nothing was he passe...

    This book was a dramatic disappointment that did not live up to the "finally someone has proven religion is poppycock" hype it received. Dawkins fails utterly to tear down any meaningful experience of religion, instead he merely reinforces the petty grudges that some atheists have agai...

    The God Delusion, Richard Dawkins The God Delusion is a 2006 non-fiction book by English biologist Richard Dawkins, a professorial fellow at New College, Oxford and former holder of the Charles Simonyi Chair for the Public Understanding of Science at the University of Oxford. ????...

    As an agnostic I can wholeheartedly promise you that this book is so tedious it will reduce you to tears. He debunks God as a concept and in the process completely misses the point of God. He then just carries on repeating himself through chapter after chapter after boring chapter. If ...

    Regardless of your religious beliefs, I urge you to read this book. ...

    I've had a love / hate relationship with Dawkins over the years. I didn't really like his The Selfish Gene, mostly because I think it tries to explain things on the wrong scale. I quite like his meme metaphor, but think people like Dennett take it too far by forgetting it is a metaphor...

    This book is so well known, it seems almost pointless to review it. If you are a believer, you will not like it, though you're probably aware of that. Dawkins' explicit aim is that ?religious readers who open it will be atheists when they put it down? and that unbelievers shoul...

    ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ? ??? ?? ???? ?? ?? ??? ?????... ????? ?? ???? ? ???? ????... ???? ?????? ? ????? ?????? ???... ?????? ???? ?????? ???...

    I feel the need to insert a negative review from a believer of evolution and a harsh critic of organized religion. His basic assertion that faith and science are inextricably entangled is sound. However, he leaps off this logical diving board and into a mess of false simplifications ab...

    ????? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?? ???????..??????? ?? ???????.. ?? ????! ????? ????????? ?? ?????..???? ???? ???? ?? ?????????? ???? ?????? ?????.. ????...

    Alternatively, this book could have been titled "One Man's Love Affair with Natural Selection". A very informative read, but in favor of discretion, I think I'll keep my opinions on the issue to myself. ...

    TWO RANTS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE Now, here's the thing about this author : With friends like Richard Dawkins, who needs enemies? Okay, i said it. Whew, I feel better. He's just so annoying, even when you agree with him. Grr. Okay, well, so, some time ago I watched Richard...

    ?????? ? ???? ??? ???? ????????? ??? ???? ??? ???????? (???? ???????? ?????????) ? ????? ??? ????????? (??? ?????????) ??????????? ?? ??? ?????? ??? ????????...

    When others throw such words as "god" or "spiritual" or "soul" into their conversation I must ask them what they're talking about unless the context is clear. Unchurched, when I was a kid I thought they all meant something, something obscure to me, but still significant. Feeling ignora...

    If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review. Fallacious Reasoning: "The God Delusion" By Richard Dawkins ?Science can chip away at agnosticism, in a way that Huxley bent over backwards to deny for the special of God. I am arguing that, notwithstanding the...

    I'm a part of the atheist choir to which Dawkins is preaching; but I honestly believe that this book might change a religious person's mind, if they bothered to pick it up (I've been hearing a lot about how many religious congregations are condemning Dawkins's work as a tool of Satan)....

    I don't commonly read non-fiction, but I've had this on my shelf for years so finally got to it. You know what it's about. It?s entertaining and informative, and I think an excellent read for anyone who is either on-the-fence, open-mindedly religious, or for those who are recoveri...

    Rather like the meme, which Dawkins so helpfully coined the term for, this book has permeated through many parts of our culture. And Dawkins himself has become synonymous with the Atheist movement. How else does a book garner more than 10 books published simply to refute it. ...

  • Ahmed Hassan
    Aug 14, 2012

    Well, this settles it once and for all. There is no God. Which turns out to be a good thing, considering the God most Americans believe in is a crazy, vengeful, ego-maniacal monster. Dawkins? insights are so cunning and profound you can?t help feeling embarrassed for the believer. ...

    This is perhaps the worst polemic against religion I have ever read. Really, if Dawkins actually knew anything about religion, he wouldn't have written the book. Instead, he knows nothing about the subject, and so if you know nothing about something, you don't even KNOW when you say st...

    I am not an atheist, but neither am I a 'true believer'. I border more on 'agnostic', that is to say I believe there is some force beyond this Earth and that I don't know what it is, but I don't subscribe to any particular set of beliefs, per se. Until I come across books like this ...

    [Original review, Jan 19 2016] I must admit that I was somewhat taken aback when Donald Trump suggested the US should deny entry to Muslims and require them all to carry ID cards. But having had time to get over the initial shock and consider it on its merits, the idea has definitel...

    The God Delusion - Why there almost certainly is no God? I have been a big fan of Dawkins from the time I read The Selfish Gene. This book does nothing to damage that, even though it is not as logically cohesive as The Selfish Gene. The God Delusion is easier to argue with and maybe...

    Athiests have been ranked as one of the least trusted groups, and the oft-repeated notion that atheism is the same as amorality is always saddening. A common argument I've encountered is 'if you don't believe in god, then what's to stop you stealing, raping, and killing as often as you...

    ?? ??? ?????? ??????? ????? ?? ?????? ??????? ?????? ???? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??? ???????? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ? ???? ????? : ??? ?? .. ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?...

    THE GOD DELUSION BY RICHARD DAWKINS: Dawkins latest book is as brutal and honest as its title. For those who aren?t looking to have their faith and beliefs gravely challenged, you may want to skip this book. Though Dawkins is looking for everyone to read this book with an open mind, ...

    Ok, we get it. Religion is bad. Christianity is evil, Islam is maniacal, and all other religious zealots are out of their mind. I guess Dawkins is right...public hospitals, orphanages (both Christian inventions in the West), as well as communal values all have destroyed Occidental cult...

    I thought the very best point this book made came right at the beginning. Dawkins reports on surveys carried out in the US, where subjects received a description of an otherwise sympathetic political candidate, and were asked whether they would still vote for them if one extra feature ...

    I'm going to get the criticism out of the way before I move on to why I *love* this book. Richard Dawkins is not an easy read. He never pulls a punch, and if any of the beliefs he is attacking in his book are yours then this is going to get your back up. Not for nothing was he passe...

    This book was a dramatic disappointment that did not live up to the "finally someone has proven religion is poppycock" hype it received. Dawkins fails utterly to tear down any meaningful experience of religion, instead he merely reinforces the petty grudges that some atheists have agai...

    The God Delusion, Richard Dawkins The God Delusion is a 2006 non-fiction book by English biologist Richard Dawkins, a professorial fellow at New College, Oxford and former holder of the Charles Simonyi Chair for the Public Understanding of Science at the University of Oxford. ????...

    As an agnostic I can wholeheartedly promise you that this book is so tedious it will reduce you to tears. He debunks God as a concept and in the process completely misses the point of God. He then just carries on repeating himself through chapter after chapter after boring chapter. If ...

    Regardless of your religious beliefs, I urge you to read this book. ...

    I've had a love / hate relationship with Dawkins over the years. I didn't really like his The Selfish Gene, mostly because I think it tries to explain things on the wrong scale. I quite like his meme metaphor, but think people like Dennett take it too far by forgetting it is a metaphor...

    This book is so well known, it seems almost pointless to review it. If you are a believer, you will not like it, though you're probably aware of that. Dawkins' explicit aim is that ?religious readers who open it will be atheists when they put it down? and that unbelievers shoul...

    ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ? ??? ?? ???? ?? ?? ??? ?????... ????? ?? ???? ? ???? ????... ???? ?????? ? ????? ?????? ???... ?????? ???? ?????? ???...

    I feel the need to insert a negative review from a believer of evolution and a harsh critic of organized religion. His basic assertion that faith and science are inextricably entangled is sound. However, he leaps off this logical diving board and into a mess of false simplifications ab...

    ????? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?? ???????..??????? ?? ???????.. ?? ????! ????? ????????? ?? ?????..???? ???? ???? ?? ?????????? ???? ?????? ?????.. ????...

  • Ian "Marvin" Graye
    Apr 14, 2012

    Well, this settles it once and for all. There is no God. Which turns out to be a good thing, considering the God most Americans believe in is a crazy, vengeful, ego-maniacal monster. Dawkins? insights are so cunning and profound you can?t help feeling embarrassed for the believer. ...

    This is perhaps the worst polemic against religion I have ever read. Really, if Dawkins actually knew anything about religion, he wouldn't have written the book. Instead, he knows nothing about the subject, and so if you know nothing about something, you don't even KNOW when you say st...

    I am not an atheist, but neither am I a 'true believer'. I border more on 'agnostic', that is to say I believe there is some force beyond this Earth and that I don't know what it is, but I don't subscribe to any particular set of beliefs, per se. Until I come across books like this ...

    [Original review, Jan 19 2016] I must admit that I was somewhat taken aback when Donald Trump suggested the US should deny entry to Muslims and require them all to carry ID cards. But having had time to get over the initial shock and consider it on its merits, the idea has definitel...

    The God Delusion - Why there almost certainly is no God? I have been a big fan of Dawkins from the time I read The Selfish Gene. This book does nothing to damage that, even though it is not as logically cohesive as The Selfish Gene. The God Delusion is easier to argue with and maybe...

    Athiests have been ranked as one of the least trusted groups, and the oft-repeated notion that atheism is the same as amorality is always saddening. A common argument I've encountered is 'if you don't believe in god, then what's to stop you stealing, raping, and killing as often as you...

    ?? ??? ?????? ??????? ????? ?? ?????? ??????? ?????? ???? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??? ???????? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ? ???? ????? : ??? ?? .. ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?...

    THE GOD DELUSION BY RICHARD DAWKINS: Dawkins latest book is as brutal and honest as its title. For those who aren?t looking to have their faith and beliefs gravely challenged, you may want to skip this book. Though Dawkins is looking for everyone to read this book with an open mind, ...

    Ok, we get it. Religion is bad. Christianity is evil, Islam is maniacal, and all other religious zealots are out of their mind. I guess Dawkins is right...public hospitals, orphanages (both Christian inventions in the West), as well as communal values all have destroyed Occidental cult...

    I thought the very best point this book made came right at the beginning. Dawkins reports on surveys carried out in the US, where subjects received a description of an otherwise sympathetic political candidate, and were asked whether they would still vote for them if one extra feature ...

    I'm going to get the criticism out of the way before I move on to why I *love* this book. Richard Dawkins is not an easy read. He never pulls a punch, and if any of the beliefs he is attacking in his book are yours then this is going to get your back up. Not for nothing was he passe...

    This book was a dramatic disappointment that did not live up to the "finally someone has proven religion is poppycock" hype it received. Dawkins fails utterly to tear down any meaningful experience of religion, instead he merely reinforces the petty grudges that some atheists have agai...

    The God Delusion, Richard Dawkins The God Delusion is a 2006 non-fiction book by English biologist Richard Dawkins, a professorial fellow at New College, Oxford and former holder of the Charles Simonyi Chair for the Public Understanding of Science at the University of Oxford. ????...

    As an agnostic I can wholeheartedly promise you that this book is so tedious it will reduce you to tears. He debunks God as a concept and in the process completely misses the point of God. He then just carries on repeating himself through chapter after chapter after boring chapter. If ...

    Regardless of your religious beliefs, I urge you to read this book. ...

    I've had a love / hate relationship with Dawkins over the years. I didn't really like his The Selfish Gene, mostly because I think it tries to explain things on the wrong scale. I quite like his meme metaphor, but think people like Dennett take it too far by forgetting it is a metaphor...

    This book is so well known, it seems almost pointless to review it. If you are a believer, you will not like it, though you're probably aware of that. Dawkins' explicit aim is that ?religious readers who open it will be atheists when they put it down? and that unbelievers shoul...

    ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ? ??? ?? ???? ?? ?? ??? ?????... ????? ?? ???? ? ???? ????... ???? ?????? ? ????? ?????? ???... ?????? ???? ?????? ???...

    I feel the need to insert a negative review from a believer of evolution and a harsh critic of organized religion. His basic assertion that faith and science are inextricably entangled is sound. However, he leaps off this logical diving board and into a mess of false simplifications ab...

    ????? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?? ???????..??????? ?? ???????.. ?? ????! ????? ????????? ?? ?????..???? ???? ???? ?? ?????????? ???? ?????? ?????.. ????...

    Alternatively, this book could have been titled "One Man's Love Affair with Natural Selection". A very informative read, but in favor of discretion, I think I'll keep my opinions on the issue to myself. ...

    TWO RANTS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE Now, here's the thing about this author : With friends like Richard Dawkins, who needs enemies? Okay, i said it. Whew, I feel better. He's just so annoying, even when you agree with him. Grr. Okay, well, so, some time ago I watched Richard...

    ?????? ? ???? ??? ???? ????????? ??? ???? ??? ???????? (???? ???????? ?????????) ? ????? ??? ????????? (??? ?????????) ??????????? ?? ??? ?????? ??? ????????...

    When others throw such words as "god" or "spiritual" or "soul" into their conversation I must ask them what they're talking about unless the context is clear. Unchurched, when I was a kid I thought they all meant something, something obscure to me, but still significant. Feeling ignora...

    If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review. Fallacious Reasoning: "The God Delusion" By Richard Dawkins ?Science can chip away at agnosticism, in a way that Huxley bent over backwards to deny for the special of God. I am arguing that, notwithstanding the...

    I'm a part of the atheist choir to which Dawkins is preaching; but I honestly believe that this book might change a religious person's mind, if they bothered to pick it up (I've been hearing a lot about how many religious congregations are condemning Dawkins's work as a tool of Satan)....

    I don't commonly read non-fiction, but I've had this on my shelf for years so finally got to it. You know what it's about. It?s entertaining and informative, and I think an excellent read for anyone who is either on-the-fence, open-mindedly religious, or for those who are recoveri...

    Rather like the meme, which Dawkins so helpfully coined the term for, this book has permeated through many parts of our culture. And Dawkins himself has become synonymous with the Atheist movement. How else does a book garner more than 10 books published simply to refute it. ...

    "???? ?? ?? ??????? ?? ??? ????? ???? ? ?? ?????? ???? ??? ??? ?? ?? ???? ????? ???????? ????? ?? ??? ?? ?? ?? ???? ???? ? ????? ? ?? ? ????? ? ??? ? ??? ? ???? ? ?...

    PRE-CONCEPTIONS: Singular White Male Dominant I thought I might write down some of my thoughts in anticipation of reading this book, so that I can see what changes (if any) I go through. I believed in God, until I was about 13 years old. He was singular, white, male, Anglo-...

  • Zaphirenia
    Dec 01, 2016

    Well, this settles it once and for all. There is no God. Which turns out to be a good thing, considering the God most Americans believe in is a crazy, vengeful, ego-maniacal monster. Dawkins? insights are so cunning and profound you can?t help feeling embarrassed for the believer. ...

    This is perhaps the worst polemic against religion I have ever read. Really, if Dawkins actually knew anything about religion, he wouldn't have written the book. Instead, he knows nothing about the subject, and so if you know nothing about something, you don't even KNOW when you say st...

    I am not an atheist, but neither am I a 'true believer'. I border more on 'agnostic', that is to say I believe there is some force beyond this Earth and that I don't know what it is, but I don't subscribe to any particular set of beliefs, per se. Until I come across books like this ...

    [Original review, Jan 19 2016] I must admit that I was somewhat taken aback when Donald Trump suggested the US should deny entry to Muslims and require them all to carry ID cards. But having had time to get over the initial shock and consider it on its merits, the idea has definitel...

    The God Delusion - Why there almost certainly is no God? I have been a big fan of Dawkins from the time I read The Selfish Gene. This book does nothing to damage that, even though it is not as logically cohesive as The Selfish Gene. The God Delusion is easier to argue with and maybe...

    Athiests have been ranked as one of the least trusted groups, and the oft-repeated notion that atheism is the same as amorality is always saddening. A common argument I've encountered is 'if you don't believe in god, then what's to stop you stealing, raping, and killing as often as you...

    ?? ??? ?????? ??????? ????? ?? ?????? ??????? ?????? ???? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??? ???????? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ? ???? ????? : ??? ?? .. ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?...

    THE GOD DELUSION BY RICHARD DAWKINS: Dawkins latest book is as brutal and honest as its title. For those who aren?t looking to have their faith and beliefs gravely challenged, you may want to skip this book. Though Dawkins is looking for everyone to read this book with an open mind, ...

    Ok, we get it. Religion is bad. Christianity is evil, Islam is maniacal, and all other religious zealots are out of their mind. I guess Dawkins is right...public hospitals, orphanages (both Christian inventions in the West), as well as communal values all have destroyed Occidental cult...

    I thought the very best point this book made came right at the beginning. Dawkins reports on surveys carried out in the US, where subjects received a description of an otherwise sympathetic political candidate, and were asked whether they would still vote for them if one extra feature ...

    I'm going to get the criticism out of the way before I move on to why I *love* this book. Richard Dawkins is not an easy read. He never pulls a punch, and if any of the beliefs he is attacking in his book are yours then this is going to get your back up. Not for nothing was he passe...

    This book was a dramatic disappointment that did not live up to the "finally someone has proven religion is poppycock" hype it received. Dawkins fails utterly to tear down any meaningful experience of religion, instead he merely reinforces the petty grudges that some atheists have agai...

    The God Delusion, Richard Dawkins The God Delusion is a 2006 non-fiction book by English biologist Richard Dawkins, a professorial fellow at New College, Oxford and former holder of the Charles Simonyi Chair for the Public Understanding of Science at the University of Oxford. ????...

    As an agnostic I can wholeheartedly promise you that this book is so tedious it will reduce you to tears. He debunks God as a concept and in the process completely misses the point of God. He then just carries on repeating himself through chapter after chapter after boring chapter. If ...

    Regardless of your religious beliefs, I urge you to read this book. ...

    I've had a love / hate relationship with Dawkins over the years. I didn't really like his The Selfish Gene, mostly because I think it tries to explain things on the wrong scale. I quite like his meme metaphor, but think people like Dennett take it too far by forgetting it is a metaphor...

    This book is so well known, it seems almost pointless to review it. If you are a believer, you will not like it, though you're probably aware of that. Dawkins' explicit aim is that ?religious readers who open it will be atheists when they put it down? and that unbelievers shoul...

    ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ? ??? ?? ???? ?? ?? ??? ?????... ????? ?? ???? ? ???? ????... ???? ?????? ? ????? ?????? ???... ?????? ???? ?????? ???...

    I feel the need to insert a negative review from a believer of evolution and a harsh critic of organized religion. His basic assertion that faith and science are inextricably entangled is sound. However, he leaps off this logical diving board and into a mess of false simplifications ab...

    ????? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?? ???????..??????? ?? ???????.. ?? ????! ????? ????????? ?? ?????..???? ???? ???? ?? ?????????? ???? ?????? ?????.. ????...

    Alternatively, this book could have been titled "One Man's Love Affair with Natural Selection". A very informative read, but in favor of discretion, I think I'll keep my opinions on the issue to myself. ...

    TWO RANTS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE Now, here's the thing about this author : With friends like Richard Dawkins, who needs enemies? Okay, i said it. Whew, I feel better. He's just so annoying, even when you agree with him. Grr. Okay, well, so, some time ago I watched Richard...

    ?????? ? ???? ??? ???? ????????? ??? ???? ??? ???????? (???? ???????? ?????????) ? ????? ??? ????????? (??? ?????????) ??????????? ?? ??? ?????? ??? ????????...

  • Huda Yahya
    Jul 13, 2012

    Well, this settles it once and for all. There is no God. Which turns out to be a good thing, considering the God most Americans believe in is a crazy, vengeful, ego-maniacal monster. Dawkins? insights are so cunning and profound you can?t help feeling embarrassed for the believer. ...

    This is perhaps the worst polemic against religion I have ever read. Really, if Dawkins actually knew anything about religion, he wouldn't have written the book. Instead, he knows nothing about the subject, and so if you know nothing about something, you don't even KNOW when you say st...

    I am not an atheist, but neither am I a 'true believer'. I border more on 'agnostic', that is to say I believe there is some force beyond this Earth and that I don't know what it is, but I don't subscribe to any particular set of beliefs, per se. Until I come across books like this ...

    [Original review, Jan 19 2016] I must admit that I was somewhat taken aback when Donald Trump suggested the US should deny entry to Muslims and require them all to carry ID cards. But having had time to get over the initial shock and consider it on its merits, the idea has definitel...

    The God Delusion - Why there almost certainly is no God? I have been a big fan of Dawkins from the time I read The Selfish Gene. This book does nothing to damage that, even though it is not as logically cohesive as The Selfish Gene. The God Delusion is easier to argue with and maybe...

    Athiests have been ranked as one of the least trusted groups, and the oft-repeated notion that atheism is the same as amorality is always saddening. A common argument I've encountered is 'if you don't believe in god, then what's to stop you stealing, raping, and killing as often as you...

    ?? ??? ?????? ??????? ????? ?? ?????? ??????? ?????? ???? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??? ???????? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ? ???? ????? : ??? ?? .. ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?...

  • Manuel Antão
    Sep 20, 2018

    Well, this settles it once and for all. There is no God. Which turns out to be a good thing, considering the God most Americans believe in is a crazy, vengeful, ego-maniacal monster. Dawkins? insights are so cunning and profound you can?t help feeling embarrassed for the believer. ...

    This is perhaps the worst polemic against religion I have ever read. Really, if Dawkins actually knew anything about religion, he wouldn't have written the book. Instead, he knows nothing about the subject, and so if you know nothing about something, you don't even KNOW when you say st...

    I am not an atheist, but neither am I a 'true believer'. I border more on 'agnostic', that is to say I believe there is some force beyond this Earth and that I don't know what it is, but I don't subscribe to any particular set of beliefs, per se. Until I come across books like this ...

    [Original review, Jan 19 2016] I must admit that I was somewhat taken aback when Donald Trump suggested the US should deny entry to Muslims and require them all to carry ID cards. But having had time to get over the initial shock and consider it on its merits, the idea has definitel...

    The God Delusion - Why there almost certainly is no God? I have been a big fan of Dawkins from the time I read The Selfish Gene. This book does nothing to damage that, even though it is not as logically cohesive as The Selfish Gene. The God Delusion is easier to argue with and maybe...

    Athiests have been ranked as one of the least trusted groups, and the oft-repeated notion that atheism is the same as amorality is always saddening. A common argument I've encountered is 'if you don't believe in god, then what's to stop you stealing, raping, and killing as often as you...

    ?? ??? ?????? ??????? ????? ?? ?????? ??????? ?????? ???? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??? ???????? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ? ???? ????? : ??? ?? .. ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?...

    THE GOD DELUSION BY RICHARD DAWKINS: Dawkins latest book is as brutal and honest as its title. For those who aren?t looking to have their faith and beliefs gravely challenged, you may want to skip this book. Though Dawkins is looking for everyone to read this book with an open mind, ...

    Ok, we get it. Religion is bad. Christianity is evil, Islam is maniacal, and all other religious zealots are out of their mind. I guess Dawkins is right...public hospitals, orphanages (both Christian inventions in the West), as well as communal values all have destroyed Occidental cult...

    I thought the very best point this book made came right at the beginning. Dawkins reports on surveys carried out in the US, where subjects received a description of an otherwise sympathetic political candidate, and were asked whether they would still vote for them if one extra feature ...

    I'm going to get the criticism out of the way before I move on to why I *love* this book. Richard Dawkins is not an easy read. He never pulls a punch, and if any of the beliefs he is attacking in his book are yours then this is going to get your back up. Not for nothing was he passe...

    This book was a dramatic disappointment that did not live up to the "finally someone has proven religion is poppycock" hype it received. Dawkins fails utterly to tear down any meaningful experience of religion, instead he merely reinforces the petty grudges that some atheists have agai...

    The God Delusion, Richard Dawkins The God Delusion is a 2006 non-fiction book by English biologist Richard Dawkins, a professorial fellow at New College, Oxford and former holder of the Charles Simonyi Chair for the Public Understanding of Science at the University of Oxford. ????...

    As an agnostic I can wholeheartedly promise you that this book is so tedious it will reduce you to tears. He debunks God as a concept and in the process completely misses the point of God. He then just carries on repeating himself through chapter after chapter after boring chapter. If ...

    Regardless of your religious beliefs, I urge you to read this book. ...

    I've had a love / hate relationship with Dawkins over the years. I didn't really like his The Selfish Gene, mostly because I think it tries to explain things on the wrong scale. I quite like his meme metaphor, but think people like Dennett take it too far by forgetting it is a metaphor...

    This book is so well known, it seems almost pointless to review it. If you are a believer, you will not like it, though you're probably aware of that. Dawkins' explicit aim is that ?religious readers who open it will be atheists when they put it down? and that unbelievers shoul...

    ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ? ??? ?? ???? ?? ?? ??? ?????... ????? ?? ???? ? ???? ????... ???? ?????? ? ????? ?????? ???... ?????? ???? ?????? ???...

    I feel the need to insert a negative review from a believer of evolution and a harsh critic of organized religion. His basic assertion that faith and science are inextricably entangled is sound. However, he leaps off this logical diving board and into a mess of false simplifications ab...

    ????? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?? ???????..??????? ?? ???????.. ?? ????! ????? ????????? ?? ?????..???? ???? ???? ?? ?????????? ???? ?????? ?????.. ????...

    Alternatively, this book could have been titled "One Man's Love Affair with Natural Selection". A very informative read, but in favor of discretion, I think I'll keep my opinions on the issue to myself. ...

    TWO RANTS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE Now, here's the thing about this author : With friends like Richard Dawkins, who needs enemies? Okay, i said it. Whew, I feel better. He's just so annoying, even when you agree with him. Grr. Okay, well, so, some time ago I watched Richard...

    ?????? ? ???? ??? ???? ????????? ??? ???? ??? ???????? (???? ???????? ?????????) ? ????? ??? ????????? (??? ?????????) ??????????? ?? ??? ?????? ??? ????????...

    When others throw such words as "god" or "spiritual" or "soul" into their conversation I must ask them what they're talking about unless the context is clear. Unchurched, when I was a kid I thought they all meant something, something obscure to me, but still significant. Feeling ignora...

    If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review. Fallacious Reasoning: "The God Delusion" By Richard Dawkins ?Science can chip away at agnosticism, in a way that Huxley bent over backwards to deny for the special of God. I am arguing that, notwithstanding the...

  • Star
    Sep 24, 2017

    Well, this settles it once and for all. There is no God. Which turns out to be a good thing, considering the God most Americans believe in is a crazy, vengeful, ego-maniacal monster. Dawkins? insights are so cunning and profound you can?t help feeling embarrassed for the believer. ...

    This is perhaps the worst polemic against religion I have ever read. Really, if Dawkins actually knew anything about religion, he wouldn't have written the book. Instead, he knows nothing about the subject, and so if you know nothing about something, you don't even KNOW when you say st...

    I am not an atheist, but neither am I a 'true believer'. I border more on 'agnostic', that is to say I believe there is some force beyond this Earth and that I don't know what it is, but I don't subscribe to any particular set of beliefs, per se. Until I come across books like this ...

    [Original review, Jan 19 2016] I must admit that I was somewhat taken aback when Donald Trump suggested the US should deny entry to Muslims and require them all to carry ID cards. But having had time to get over the initial shock and consider it on its merits, the idea has definitel...

    The God Delusion - Why there almost certainly is no God? I have been a big fan of Dawkins from the time I read The Selfish Gene. This book does nothing to damage that, even though it is not as logically cohesive as The Selfish Gene. The God Delusion is easier to argue with and maybe...

    Athiests have been ranked as one of the least trusted groups, and the oft-repeated notion that atheism is the same as amorality is always saddening. A common argument I've encountered is 'if you don't believe in god, then what's to stop you stealing, raping, and killing as often as you...

    ?? ??? ?????? ??????? ????? ?? ?????? ??????? ?????? ???? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??? ???????? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ? ???? ????? : ??? ?? .. ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?...

    THE GOD DELUSION BY RICHARD DAWKINS: Dawkins latest book is as brutal and honest as its title. For those who aren?t looking to have their faith and beliefs gravely challenged, you may want to skip this book. Though Dawkins is looking for everyone to read this book with an open mind, ...

    Ok, we get it. Religion is bad. Christianity is evil, Islam is maniacal, and all other religious zealots are out of their mind. I guess Dawkins is right...public hospitals, orphanages (both Christian inventions in the West), as well as communal values all have destroyed Occidental cult...

    I thought the very best point this book made came right at the beginning. Dawkins reports on surveys carried out in the US, where subjects received a description of an otherwise sympathetic political candidate, and were asked whether they would still vote for them if one extra feature ...

    I'm going to get the criticism out of the way before I move on to why I *love* this book. Richard Dawkins is not an easy read. He never pulls a punch, and if any of the beliefs he is attacking in his book are yours then this is going to get your back up. Not for nothing was he passe...

    This book was a dramatic disappointment that did not live up to the "finally someone has proven religion is poppycock" hype it received. Dawkins fails utterly to tear down any meaningful experience of religion, instead he merely reinforces the petty grudges that some atheists have agai...

    The God Delusion, Richard Dawkins The God Delusion is a 2006 non-fiction book by English biologist Richard Dawkins, a professorial fellow at New College, Oxford and former holder of the Charles Simonyi Chair for the Public Understanding of Science at the University of Oxford. ????...

    As an agnostic I can wholeheartedly promise you that this book is so tedious it will reduce you to tears. He debunks God as a concept and in the process completely misses the point of God. He then just carries on repeating himself through chapter after chapter after boring chapter. If ...

    Regardless of your religious beliefs, I urge you to read this book. ...

    I've had a love / hate relationship with Dawkins over the years. I didn't really like his The Selfish Gene, mostly because I think it tries to explain things on the wrong scale. I quite like his meme metaphor, but think people like Dennett take it too far by forgetting it is a metaphor...

    This book is so well known, it seems almost pointless to review it. If you are a believer, you will not like it, though you're probably aware of that. Dawkins' explicit aim is that ?religious readers who open it will be atheists when they put it down? and that unbelievers shoul...

    ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ? ??? ?? ???? ?? ?? ??? ?????... ????? ?? ???? ? ???? ????... ???? ?????? ? ????? ?????? ???... ?????? ???? ?????? ???...

    I feel the need to insert a negative review from a believer of evolution and a harsh critic of organized religion. His basic assertion that faith and science are inextricably entangled is sound. However, he leaps off this logical diving board and into a mess of false simplifications ab...

    ????? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?? ???????..??????? ?? ???????.. ?? ????! ????? ????????? ?? ?????..???? ???? ???? ?? ?????????? ???? ?????? ?????.. ????...

    Alternatively, this book could have been titled "One Man's Love Affair with Natural Selection". A very informative read, but in favor of discretion, I think I'll keep my opinions on the issue to myself. ...

    TWO RANTS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE Now, here's the thing about this author : With friends like Richard Dawkins, who needs enemies? Okay, i said it. Whew, I feel better. He's just so annoying, even when you agree with him. Grr. Okay, well, so, some time ago I watched Richard...

    ?????? ? ???? ??? ???? ????????? ??? ???? ??? ???????? (???? ???????? ?????????) ? ????? ??? ????????? (??? ?????????) ??????????? ?? ??? ?????? ??? ????????...

    When others throw such words as "god" or "spiritual" or "soul" into their conversation I must ask them what they're talking about unless the context is clear. Unchurched, when I was a kid I thought they all meant something, something obscure to me, but still significant. Feeling ignora...

    If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review. Fallacious Reasoning: "The God Delusion" By Richard Dawkins ?Science can chip away at agnosticism, in a way that Huxley bent over backwards to deny for the special of God. I am arguing that, notwithstanding the...

    I'm a part of the atheist choir to which Dawkins is preaching; but I honestly believe that this book might change a religious person's mind, if they bothered to pick it up (I've been hearing a lot about how many religious congregations are condemning Dawkins's work as a tool of Satan)....

    I don't commonly read non-fiction, but I've had this on my shelf for years so finally got to it. You know what it's about. It?s entertaining and informative, and I think an excellent read for anyone who is either on-the-fence, open-mindedly religious, or for those who are recoveri...

    Rather like the meme, which Dawkins so helpfully coined the term for, this book has permeated through many parts of our culture. And Dawkins himself has become synonymous with the Atheist movement. How else does a book garner more than 10 books published simply to refute it. ...

    "???? ?? ?? ??????? ?? ??? ????? ???? ? ?? ?????? ???? ??? ??? ?? ?? ???? ????? ???????? ????? ?? ??? ?? ?? ?? ???? ???? ? ????? ? ?? ? ????? ? ??? ? ??? ? ???? ? ?...

  • Helen 2.0
    Nov 15, 2016

    Well, this settles it once and for all. There is no God. Which turns out to be a good thing, considering the God most Americans believe in is a crazy, vengeful, ego-maniacal monster. Dawkins? insights are so cunning and profound you can?t help feeling embarrassed for the believer. ...

    This is perhaps the worst polemic against religion I have ever read. Really, if Dawkins actually knew anything about religion, he wouldn't have written the book. Instead, he knows nothing about the subject, and so if you know nothing about something, you don't even KNOW when you say st...

    I am not an atheist, but neither am I a 'true believer'. I border more on 'agnostic', that is to say I believe there is some force beyond this Earth and that I don't know what it is, but I don't subscribe to any particular set of beliefs, per se. Until I come across books like this ...

    [Original review, Jan 19 2016] I must admit that I was somewhat taken aback when Donald Trump suggested the US should deny entry to Muslims and require them all to carry ID cards. But having had time to get over the initial shock and consider it on its merits, the idea has definitel...

    The God Delusion - Why there almost certainly is no God? I have been a big fan of Dawkins from the time I read The Selfish Gene. This book does nothing to damage that, even though it is not as logically cohesive as The Selfish Gene. The God Delusion is easier to argue with and maybe...

    Athiests have been ranked as one of the least trusted groups, and the oft-repeated notion that atheism is the same as amorality is always saddening. A common argument I've encountered is 'if you don't believe in god, then what's to stop you stealing, raping, and killing as often as you...

    ?? ??? ?????? ??????? ????? ?? ?????? ??????? ?????? ???? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??? ???????? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ? ???? ????? : ??? ?? .. ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?...

    THE GOD DELUSION BY RICHARD DAWKINS: Dawkins latest book is as brutal and honest as its title. For those who aren?t looking to have their faith and beliefs gravely challenged, you may want to skip this book. Though Dawkins is looking for everyone to read this book with an open mind, ...

    Ok, we get it. Religion is bad. Christianity is evil, Islam is maniacal, and all other religious zealots are out of their mind. I guess Dawkins is right...public hospitals, orphanages (both Christian inventions in the West), as well as communal values all have destroyed Occidental cult...

    I thought the very best point this book made came right at the beginning. Dawkins reports on surveys carried out in the US, where subjects received a description of an otherwise sympathetic political candidate, and were asked whether they would still vote for them if one extra feature ...

    I'm going to get the criticism out of the way before I move on to why I *love* this book. Richard Dawkins is not an easy read. He never pulls a punch, and if any of the beliefs he is attacking in his book are yours then this is going to get your back up. Not for nothing was he passe...

    This book was a dramatic disappointment that did not live up to the "finally someone has proven religion is poppycock" hype it received. Dawkins fails utterly to tear down any meaningful experience of religion, instead he merely reinforces the petty grudges that some atheists have agai...

    The God Delusion, Richard Dawkins The God Delusion is a 2006 non-fiction book by English biologist Richard Dawkins, a professorial fellow at New College, Oxford and former holder of the Charles Simonyi Chair for the Public Understanding of Science at the University of Oxford. ????...

    As an agnostic I can wholeheartedly promise you that this book is so tedious it will reduce you to tears. He debunks God as a concept and in the process completely misses the point of God. He then just carries on repeating himself through chapter after chapter after boring chapter. If ...

    Regardless of your religious beliefs, I urge you to read this book. ...

    I've had a love / hate relationship with Dawkins over the years. I didn't really like his The Selfish Gene, mostly because I think it tries to explain things on the wrong scale. I quite like his meme metaphor, but think people like Dennett take it too far by forgetting it is a metaphor...

    This book is so well known, it seems almost pointless to review it. If you are a believer, you will not like it, though you're probably aware of that. Dawkins' explicit aim is that ?religious readers who open it will be atheists when they put it down? and that unbelievers shoul...

    ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ? ??? ?? ???? ?? ?? ??? ?????... ????? ?? ???? ? ???? ????... ???? ?????? ? ????? ?????? ???... ?????? ???? ?????? ???...

    I feel the need to insert a negative review from a believer of evolution and a harsh critic of organized religion. His basic assertion that faith and science are inextricably entangled is sound. However, he leaps off this logical diving board and into a mess of false simplifications ab...

    ????? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?? ???????..??????? ?? ???????.. ?? ????! ????? ????????? ?? ?????..???? ???? ???? ?? ?????????? ???? ?????? ?????.. ????...

    Alternatively, this book could have been titled "One Man's Love Affair with Natural Selection". A very informative read, but in favor of discretion, I think I'll keep my opinions on the issue to myself. ...