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I was hoping for a good challenging read but was very disappointed but one things does stand out as you read; Dawkins has really wound up the author.
Even as a rehash of the creationist tenets it is week but more surprising is that the author teaches science. Make no mistake this is a creationist book.
As far as the intellectual content, even the most cursory thought will expose all of the holes but by far the biggest of these holes is that the book is completely anthropocentric; everything either starts or ends with things that are completely human or that rely on the special case of humanity. So we see in the first chapter science presented as a human invention on… Read more