The Devil's Delusion: Atheism and Its Scientific Pretensions
Publish date: April 1st 2008
Publisher: Crown Forum
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
As was told by someone who read and like this book, this is already a better version of intelligent design. God of the gap reasoning is still there, and it failed to convince me that it is right. Thought I disagreed with the premise, this is already a better try than a lot of other bullshit by Ken H...
I was very impressed with this book when it talked about the physical sciences. Much less I would say when it talked about evolution by natural selection. From what limited reading I had done in evolutionary theory, I really think Berlinski doesn't understand the current status of the science. He a...
Criticizing books on Intelligent Design is usually as interesting as shooting fish in a barrel, but there are exceptions to every rule. Given its title and cover, one would be forgiven for expecting The Devil's Delusion to be a collection of trivial fallacies, unified by a complete ignorance of mode...
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this witty and insightful book. Berlinski, a Secular Jew, wants readers to know that people with a so-called "religious agenda" are not the only ones who have massive doubts about the fallacious claims of the Atheist-controlled scientific community. Where are the alleged...
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