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The Confutation of Dawkins' The God Delusion

eBook (PDF), 83 Pages
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Richard Dawkins' book is systematically refuted. Dawkins' arguments are analysed, and invariably found wanting. However the confutation is charitable in tone, and sometimes allows that Dawkins may have a constructive point. A must read for anyone who has read "The God Delusion".
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  • By Jeffrey Olsson
    Oct 15, 2009
    "Thin Arguments and word play" I strongly suggest that every one read the preview of this book before buying it. Much of the argument presented is done so as word play and quickly becomes tedious. Further more, Mclean is in serious need of an editor as spelling mistakes abound throughout his meagre 83 page book report. While Mclean tries to be generous he still refers to Dawkins as "hysterical". Anyone who has seen Dawkins speak, or read his materials knows this is simply not the case. The major problem with this book is that is does not flow as an argument, instead it is a series of small statements that are not tied together in a meaningful way. But then again, Mclean claims to have created this book in Open Doc without any help from a professional editor. Why am I not surprised?
  • By Susan Groom
    Dec 26, 2007
    "The Confutation of Dawkins' the God Delusion" Many people disagree with Richard Dawkins and several have written books intended to try and refute the position that Dawkins takes regarding God. Based on the preview of this book, there is little of substance here that goes anywhere near to challenging Dawkins position. Many of the arguments put forward are flawed in a very obvious and school boyish way and much of the 'logic' is anything but logical. Just about every page of the preview is littered with statements which do not and cannot withstand the test of reason. So, if the rest of the book is similar in content to the preview, then I am afraid that this book does absolutely nothing to counter the issues Dawkins raises. For this reason alone, I wouldn't contemplate buying it. Even for committed Christians, this book has nothing worthwhile to offer. For other religions it could be regarded as extremely elitist so far as it clearly overtly supports Christianity over all... More > others. So far as Richard Dawkins is concerned, I expect that he and his followers will regard this as another attempt to piggyback onto 'The God Delusion' and in all likelihood it will help increase its sales, along with all the other so-called fleas. Give this a miss!< Less
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Product Details

Publisher
Malcolm McLean
Published
November 3, 2011
Language
English
Pages
83
File Format
PDF
File Size
479.24 KB

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