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    Don't waste your money

    It is not the content of this book that bothers me. Much of it is true, at least to some extent. The problem is the way it is written. The author indulges himself by going on a hysterical rant. There are no 'rabidity filters' at all. You end up feeling as if you have just been lectured by a sanctimonious fanatic. If someone has something important to say there is no need to scream it in your face. Truth is self evident and should be explained in a rational and calm fashion.
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    Read Dawkins not this rubbish

    A maniacal rant on the easy subject of the stupidity of religion.
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    Omdat hij aleen maar boe kan roepen

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    Quite Interesting

    As an atheist, I agree totally with the author on religion, but not being American am not in a position to judge his general condemnation of all the other subjects covered. Has the poor man never met a single decent member of any of the privileged classes he universally and quite viciously condems?
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