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Darwin's Angel : An Angelic Riposte to "The God Delusion"

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The God Delusion is a clarion call to the faithless, the waverers, and even firm religious believers, to follow the author into radical atheism not merely as a private conviction but as a public profession. Wouldn't humankind be better off without religion, he asks. John Cornwell's Darwin's Angel is not so much a combative repudiation of Dawkins' arguments as a playful conversation with them, posing alternative view-points, exposing lapses in logic and errors of fact, from the vantage point of a friendly Guardian Angel.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 176 pages
  • 124 x 196 x 10mm | 140.61g
  • Profile Books Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Main
  • 1846680654
  • 9781846680656
  • 357,524

About John Cornwell

John Cornwell's books include Hitler's Pope and, most recently, Seminary Boy. He is Director of the Science and Human Dimension Project at Jesus College, Cambridgeshow more

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A piece of sheer heaven. It kicks Richard Dawkins's self-aggrandising polemic, The God Delusion, into touch with featherlight footwork and is deliciously wise, witty and intellectually sharp into the bargain. The Times Cornwell has done an excellent job in providing a book that should, in an ideal world, be sold taped to every copy of The God Delusion as an essential corrective. Independent Elegantly written. Sunday Timesshow more

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A piece of sheer heaven. It kicks Richard Dawkins's self-aggrandising polemic, The God Delusion, into touch with featherlight footwork and is deliciously wise, witty and intellectually sharp into the bargain. The Timesshow more
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