‘Outgrowing God: A beginner’s guide’ by Richard Dawkins

Review by Reg Naulty

Close up of the book cover. | Photo: Penguins Book.

In its early pages, this reads like a book for children. But its author soon gets into his stride, and it becomes vintage Richard Dawkins: clear, vigorous, going in for the kill. Religion has nothing going for it; it is sheer superstition which can be explained.

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