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Interesting, but a bit one-dimensional
on 29 December 2011
First off, I quite liked reading this. It's interesting and makes you think.
However, I was also rather disappointed by it. I was hoping for a wide-ranging discussion on the various "intellectual black holes" as well as a good selection of examples of such thinking. However, the author seems rather fixated on debunking young-earth creationism, and while I agree with his views, the repetitive banging on about it got a bit tedious after a while. I would like to have seen more variety in his arguments. As it is, the book veers uncomfortably close to a rant.