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The battles over religion continue. British philosopher, professor, and author A.C. Grayling (Friendship; Wittgenstein; Ideas That Matter) is no stranger to these wars; indeed, his 2011 humanist bible The Good Book has become a marching anthem for those searching for alternatives to religion. The God Argument paradoxically undermines the claim for a Deity's existence by systematically examining the arguments for His or Her existence. Believers might not be converted by his descriptions of the superiority of humanism, but his book will serve others as profitable food for thought. Now in trade paperback and NOOK Book.