The Dawkins Delusion?: Atheist Fundamentalism and the Denial of the Divine

The Dawkins Delusion?: Atheist Fundamentalism and the Denial of the Divine

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Dawkins Delusion?: Atheist Fundamentalism and the Denial of the Divine 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Matthew1964 More than 1 year ago
The moment a so-called ex-atheist writes about atheists being god-haters is the moment they prove they have never understood the atheist mind. They were, at best, weak Christians/theists. You have to believe in a god in order to hate it, that would make the god-haters actual believers or theists, not atheists. This is a projection of the Christian mind. Why they would pose as ex-atheists? It is to try and add false authority to their statements about atheists. This is just another way Christians have found to tell us who and what we are instead of just asking us.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a very simple and concise analysis of Dawkins' approaches/arguments in the God Delusion. While McGrath doesn't really make a case for religion, he does point out the extreme bias and denial Dawkins makes in his writings. I encourage everyone to read this and understand how fundamentalism exists in all worldviews, including atheism, and no matter how much one wants their view to be correct, if evidence is ignored there simply is no case. McGrath certainly casts a distasteful light on Dawkins (no doubt because of Dawkins' radical and often unsupported statements). That is the only problem I had with this book. Nonetheless, it's one to be read...it's precise, logical, and offers insightful interpretation for readers to knowingly analyze and sort out information others present.
hamilton7 More than 1 year ago
This author outlines and documents the changing tone in Richard Dawkins' successive books. He is even-handed about the problematic issues raised in the Watchmaker, but fairly criticizes Dawkins as his philosophy and supposition move away from logical thought to the point where even atheists seek to distance themselves from him in The God Delusion. McGrath also accurately points out the logical flaws in Dawkin's theories, stated as fact, so this was a very enjoyable read for me. I highly recommend it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
You know a book is bad when i cant even finish the sample. Just another fake exatheist. Im sad the suthor hit the limit of their intelligence.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Large gaps in logic are everywhere in this book. The author seems to me to be another false ex- atheist.
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WillisP More than 1 year ago
An interesting read if you are already informed on Richard Dawkins and his works.
JohnAndrew More than 1 year ago
The McGrath team hit the nail right on the head about Dawkins!!! All Christians need to pray for his soul, which he so foolishly disregards.