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on 20 August 2009
This book has many interesting historical information and facts about the various beliefs in god and the author takes you from the "apparently" origins of religion to the monotheistic religions, mainly christianity. I didn't find much argument in this book apart from, religion and myth is something you makes sense of by practicing it otherwise you will find it abstract and irrelevant. There is not a single rebuttle for the scientific problems with the existence of god e.g evolution of life. It doesn't even explain how you justify hell when everyone's beliefs are contradictory and the prospect of hell only allows for one champion. The most interesting part of the book is at the end when she talks about the new age atheists e.g. Dawkins, Hitchens etc..
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