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Outgrowing God

Outgrowing God

Author Richard Dawkins
Publisher Random House
Publication Date 2019-09-17
Section New Hardcover - Nonfiction / Religion - Comparative
Type New
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ISBN 9781984853912

Should we believe in God? In his most accessible book yet, Richard Dawkins, brilliant science writer and enemy of superstition, tells us why we shouldn't. Richard Dawkins is, by any measure, one of the great explainers, thinkers, and writers of the last fifty years and has been since the publication of his world-altering first book, The Selfish Gene. In this acerbic handbook, he has boiled down the thorniest science and rhetoric from his formidable career into twelve chapters that address some of the most profound questions human beings confront: Do we need God to explain the existence of the universe? Do we need God to be good? Marshaling science, philosophy, and comparative religion, Dawkins interrogates the hypocrisies of all religious systems--with a focus on the Old and New Testament--and explains how life emerged without a creator God. This primer is the perfect introduction to atheism for anyone questioning their religious beliefs or looking for a quick way to expand their rhetorical arsenal.

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