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I just finished the God Delusion. I think Dr. Dawkins pretty much covered it all. I really enjoyed it tremendously. Anyone else read it? What are yor thoughts?

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I read it and found it interesting. I like his books on evolution more.
I read it and used it as a source. A good read. He has a variety of approaches and this is one. I am biased because I've met the man and he proves to be quite engaging, so, discount anything I say.
I've read the book and found it compelling and persuasive, Prof Dawkins lays out a rational and detailed argument against belief in superstition, theism and religion in general. I encourage all who have not read this book to do so, you will not be disappointed. 
I read it a few years ago. I thought it was good, but I don't remember much. I've read so many books about religion in the past few years that they became a blur. Bottom line...there is no good reason to believe in any god..especially the Christian god.

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