Wednesday, June 18, 2008
—The New York Observer
"Hitchens has returned to the Belief Wars backed by a full army…the Godless Warrior marshals in an Atheist A-Team…to buttress his own arguments…Hitchens is the guide as well as the commentartor linking it all together."
—San Diego Tribune
The Portable Atheist, edited by Christopher Hitchens (author of God is Not Great), is a great compilation of ideas from nonbelievers and freethinkers. This one includes the essays by: Spinoza, Omer Khayyam, David Hume, Stuart Mill, Karl Marx, Charles Darwin, Mark Twain, Sigmund Freud, H. P. Lovecraft, Albert Einstein, Salman Rushdie etc.
Don't miss it!
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Thursday, June 5, 2008
"Marshalling converging arguments from physics, astronomy, biology, and philosophy, Stenger has delivered a masterful blow in defense of reason. God: The Failed Hypothesis is a potent, readable, and well-timed assault upon religious delusion. It should be widely read."
"Extremely tough and impressive...a great book...a huge addition to the arsenal of argument."
Many people claims that modern science supports the proposition that God exists, but very few authors have directly challenged this assertion. Physicist Victor J. Stenger points out that if scientific arguments for the existence of God are included in intellectual, not to mention political discourse, then arguments against his existence should also be considered.
In God: The Failed Hypothesis, Stenger discusses that science has advanced sufficiently to make a definitive statement on the existence or nonexistence of the traditional Judeo-Christian-Islamic God.
He puts your minds in a test of scientific method to prove this claim. Amazon
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