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"A hard-hitting polemic against religious fundamentalism" - Foreword by Richard Dawkins

' Thousands of people have written to tell me that I am wrong not to believe in God. The most hostile of these communications have come from Christians. This is ironic, as Christians generally imagine that no faith imparts the virtues of love and forgiveness more effectively than their own. The truth is that many who claim to be transformed by Christ's love are deeply, even murderously, intolerant of criticism. While we may want to ascribe this to human nature, it is clear that such hatred draws considerable support from the Bible. How do I know this? The most disturbed of my correspondents always cite chapter and verse.'
So begins Letter to a Christian Nation, Sam Harris's hard-hitting rebuttal of religious fundamentalism and blind belief . With deceptively simple arguments, he demolishes the myths on which Christianity was built, challenges believers to open their eyes to the contradictions of their faith and warns us of the dangers of America's ever increasing unification of Church and State.

Sam Harris is the author of the New York Times bestseller The End of Faith: Religion, Terror, and the Future of Reason and winner of the 2005 PEN/Martha Albrand Award for First Non-fiction. He is a graduate in philosophy from Stanford University and is now completing a doctorate in neuroscience. He lives in New York.

Religion & Spirituality
31 May
The Random House Group Limited

Customer Reviews

Jon59 ,

Letter to a christian

Could not put this book down particularly after reading 'the end of faith'. The whole world should read these books : reality and truth at its finest explained !

Skippy_Rocks ,

Condescending nonsense.

Sam takes very broad strokes to paint extremely generalised strokes (to the point of completely inaccuracy) just to implicate and condemn Religion/ Christianity in general.
Sam writes well and convincingly, but when you look beneath the glossy surface of his arguments, so very many of them have no real substance or relevance.
Thanks for wasting my time Sam. :(

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