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Although lighter in content than I am normally used to with Prof Grayling, it was a great introduction to many valid points about the subject matter. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Richard Francis
There is much common sense in this book and it is easy to read. Off course it is written from an atheist perspective , so read it and May up your own mindPublished 16 months ago by Ian Smith
To starts with - I love professor A . C. Grayling's essays!!
"Against All Gods" is a superb look at religion in general. Read more
Have read his books before and never been disappointed. I love his logical style and his ability to get straight to the point. Read morePublished 21 months ago by M. R. Connolly
A few relatively simple essays. This is the kind of book that can get you thinking...and wonderful prose. Not recommended for religiously inclined insomniacs.Published 22 months ago by reedwar
Another useful book in the struggle between reason and superstition; not so sure though about his essay on Kindness and its emphasis on joy (see: Better Never To Have Been Born by... Read morePublished on 19 May 2013 by bookish
This is a brief book, organised in short chapters which makes easy reading, at least as far as the reading process itself is concerned. Read morePublished on 11 Aug. 2011 by RR Waller