In his best-selling book The God Delusion, Dawkins has mixed intellectual, scientific and philosophical arguments with vitriolic attacks on Christianity and Christians. Deluded by Dawkins, by Andrew Wilson, is a lucid, coherent and very readable refutation of Richard Dawkins' arguments against God and Christianity for ordinary believers who want to cut through the rhetoric and get to the heart of the issues involved. Andrew Wilson subjects Dawkins' arguments to rigorous analysis. First he clarifies those which are unsubstantiated or irrelevant, and then he acknowledges the many points with which Christians can actually agree. From here he examines eight arguments over which Christians must differ, and explains why. Andrew says: 'I saw The God Delusion on sale in London, and it annoyed me. Not because it was a book arguing for the non-existence of God, but because it was so strident, so arrogant, and so full of mistakes and misrepresentations that it could significantly mislead people. Concerned that people in my church might struggle from reading it uncritically - and, more probably, that their unbelieving friends would - I decided to work through it in some detail, and write a response .... Encouraged by some church members and other friends in Christian leadership, I decided to devote the time to making ... a serious, if somewhat lighthearted, response to all the substantial arguments in Dawkins' text. ..... If I have succeeded in my intention, then readers will find themselves both encouraged and entertained.'