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God's Defenders: What They Believe and Why…

God's Defenders: What They Believe and Why They Are Wrong

by S. T. Joshi

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This book discussses in some detail particular defenders of God, such as Jerry Falwell, and explains why their arguments for God do not hold water. While most of the entries deal with the conservative end of the spectrum, he also addresses the other end, with liberal Christianity and New Age religions coming in for a drubbing, as well. It was well written, well researched, and an easy read. ( )
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If there be an infinite Being, he does not need our help -- we need not waste our energies in his defence. -- Robert G. Ingersoll, "God in the Constitution" (1890)

One does not kill by anger but by laughter. -- Friedrich Nietzsche, Thus Spake Zarathustra
To Robert M. Price
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Either there is one god, multiple gods, or none.
The dominant question thus becomes not why religion has not died away but why it continues to persist in the face of monumental evidence to the contrary. To my mind, the answer can be summed up in one straightforward sentence: People are stupid.
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