The End of Faith: Religion, Terror, and the Future of Reason
Publish date: August 17th 2004
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
There are many good points in this book.And, on the other hand, there is a huge amount of bullshit!This book, in my opinion, is full of meaningless ideas and false accusations. Sam Harris apparently doesn't mean understand Islam or even religion for that matter. I felt that he read the Koran just to...
The narrative suffers from bias. There are much stronger compelling ways of showing the follies of faith instead of reason based on science then was presented in this book. Robert Wright's book, "The Evolution of God" covers the same kind of material that's in the first half of Harris' book, but he ...
mp3dedication: for my motherReligion; Terrorism; Elitism; Cruelty; Arrogance
While covering much the same ground as Christopher Hitchens in God Is Not Great, Harris does so with a voice less harsh, one sounding less like a diatribe. He scope is wider than Hitchens allowing him to make points that Hitchens doesn’t as well, e.g. that the tolerant religious are so at the expens...
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