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God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything

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Now available as a value-priced @lt;replay@gt; edition @lt;BR/@gt;@lt;BR/@gt;@lt;BR/@gt; Christopher Hitchens, described in the @lt;EM@gt;London Observer@lt;/EM@gt; as one of the most prolific, as well as brilliant, journalists of our time takes on his biggest subject yet--the increasingly dangerous role of religion in the world. @lt;BR@gt;With his unique brand of erudition and wit, Hitchens describes the ways in which religion is man-made. God did not make us, he says. We made God. He explains the ways in which religion is immoral: We damage our children by indoctrinating them. It is a cause of sexual repression, violence, and ignorance. It is a distortion of our origins and the cosmos. In the place of religion, Hitchens offers the promise of a new enlightenment through science and reason, a realm in which hope and wonder can be found through a strand of DNA or a gaze through the Hubble Telescope. As Hitchens sees it, you needn't get the blues once you discover the heavens are empty.

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With insight and wit, Hitchens takes on his biggest subject yet--the increasingly dangerous role of religion in the world.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781600245572
Author:
Hitchens, Christopher
Publisher:
Hachette Audio
Read by:
Hitchens, Christopher
Read:
Hitchens, Christopher
Author:
Hitchens, Christopher
Subject:
Sociology of Religion
Subject:
Atheism
Subject:
Religion Comparative-General
Publication Date:
20090431
Binding:
Compact Disc
Language:
English
Dimensions:
6.53x5.04x1.53 in. .57 lbs.
Media Run Time:
540

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"Synopsis" by , Now available as a value-priced @lt;replay@gt; edition @lt;BR/@gt;@lt;BR/@gt;@lt;BR/@gt; Christopher Hitchens, described in the @lt;EM@gt;London Observer@lt;/EM@gt; as one of the most prolific, as well as brilliant, journalists of our time takes on his biggest subject yet--the increasingly dangerous role of religion in the world. @lt;BR@gt;With his unique brand of erudition and wit, Hitchens describes the ways in which religion is man-made. God did not make us, he says. We made God. He explains the ways in which religion is immoral: We damage our children by indoctrinating them. It is a cause of sexual repression, violence, and ignorance. It is a distortion of our origins and the cosmos. In the place of religion, Hitchens offers the promise of a new enlightenment through science and reason, a realm in which hope and wonder can be found through a strand of DNA or a gaze through the Hubble Telescope. As Hitchens sees it, you needn't get the blues once you discover the heavens are empty.
"Synopsis" by , With insight and wit, Hitchens takes on his biggest subject yet--the increasingly dangerous role of religion in the world.
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