God Is Not Great

299.00

A Case Against Religion

by

Christopher Hitchens

Pg 296

 

Contents
One – Putting It Mildly 03
Two – Religion Kills 07
Three – A Short Digression on the Pig; or, Why Heaven Hates Ham 15
Four – A Note on Health, to Which Religion Can Be Hazardous 17
Five – The Metaphysical Claims of Religion Are False 24
Six – Arguments from Design 27
Seven – Revelation: The Nightmare of the “Old” Testament 35
Eight – The “New” Testament Exceeds the Evil of the “Old” One 39
Nine – The Koran Is Borrowed from Both Jewish and Christian Myths 44
Ten – The Tawdriness of the Miraculous and the Decline of Hell 49
Eleven – “The Lowly Stamp of Their Origin”: Religion’s Corrupt Beginnings 54
Twelve – A Coda: How Religions End 58
Thirteen – Does Religion Make People Behave Better? 60
Fourteen – There Is No “Eastern” Solution 67
Fifteen – Religion as an Original Sin 71
Sixteen – Is Religion Child Abuse? 75
Seventeen – An Objection Anticipated: The Last-Ditch “Case” Against Secularism 79
Eighteen – A Finer Tradition: The Resistance of the Rational 87
Nineteen – In Conclusion: The Need for a New Enlightenment 95

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Description

Embark on a fearless intellectual journey with Christopher Hitchens as he dismantles the sacred myths and exposes the detrimental influence of organized religion in “God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything.” In this compelling and provocative exploration, Hitchens, a brilliant and eloquent essayist, takes readers on a thought-provoking tour de force through the historical, philosophical, and ethical dimensions of religious belief.

With razor-sharp wit and a keen eye for detail, Hitchens challenges the very foundations of faith, arguing that religion has played a pivotal role in obstructing progress, stifling critical thinking, and breeding intolerance throughout human history. From the oppressive dogmas of established institutions to the violent consequences of fanaticism, Hitchens fearlessly confronts the darker aspects of religious ideology.

This book is not merely an attack on faith but a celebration of reason, science, and secular values. Hitchens advocates for a world where rational discourse and evidence-based inquiry replace superstition and blind obedience. His unapologetic critique challenges readers to reconsider their beliefs and invites them to join the ranks of those who embrace a more enlightened, compassionate, and free-thinking worldview.

“God Is Not Great” is a powerful and incisive manifesto that encourages readers to question authority, challenge convention, and pursue truth with unyielding curiosity. This timeless work remains an indispensable guide for anyone seeking to understand the impact of religion on society and to forge a path towards a more rational and compassionate future.

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