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Looks at the history of faith healers, describes tricks used to convince people of their paranormal abilities, and explains how many leading television evangelists victimize their believers Read More...>>

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The original edition of this book was published in 2006 and reissued in 2008. Since that time, Loftus has received a good deal of critical feedback from Christians and skeptics alike. Read More...>>

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Drawing together experts in diverse fields, including Hector Avalos, Richard Carrier, David Eller, and Robert Price, this book deals a powerful blow against Christian faith. Read More...>>

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"Like a selfish gene or a parasite, the religion virus catches a free ride in the minds of our species, infecting our history and culture. What Guns, Germs and Steel did for anthropology, this book does for faith. Read More...>>

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But, as John Haught shows, the treatment of religion in these books is riddled with logical inconsistencies, shallow misconceptions, and crude generalizations. Can God really be dismissed as a mere delusion? Read More...>>

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It was also in this book that Dawkins coined the term meme, a unit of cultural evolution, which has itself become a mainstay in contemporary culture. Read More...>>

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In this book, a synthesis of some of his more detailed earlier work, he has given us a well-ordered analysis of the New Atheism and, what is far more important, expositions of the best historic and contemporary philosophical and theological ... Read More...>>

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2 A far more urgent spirit began to drive the repudiation of the God of Christianity,
a prophetic humanism whose religious passions were to subvert and replace
what from time immemorial had given energy and organic unity to Western
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. . . In short, these people can no longer be trusted." —From S. E. Cupp’s Losing Our Religion It’s time to wake up and smell the bias. Read More...>>