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Adams vs. God
By Phillip Adams

Adams vs. God

The Rematch

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Adams vs. God by Phillip Adams

Book Description

At the age of six, Phillip Adams stopped believing in God. A lonesome traveler for decades, he has found that atheism is suddenly fashionable and the ranks of disbelievers are swelling. Picking up where Adams vs. God left off, Adams has collected his best essays on God and godlessness in this irreverent, Bible-thumping book. Guided by a sceptic's curiosity, he has travelled the highways of Catholicism, Islam and creationism and delved into a cosmos of multiple big bangs and religious quackery. In all, he's found little to recommend in either the missionary position or in a globalised God. Adams vs. God- The Rematch is a book for our times. From George W Bush to Kevin Rudd, from the deep north of Queensland to the deep south of the USA, Phillip Adams exposes the links between religion and politics and the fanaticism of ideologies as causes of conflict in the world.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780522854381
ISBN-10: 0522854389
Format: Paperback
(236mm x 159mm x 28mm)
Pages: 304
Imprint: Melbourne University Press
Publisher: Melbourne University Press
Publish Date: 1-Sep-2007
Country of Publication: Australia

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Author Biography - Phillip Adams

Phillip Adams is a prolific broadcaster, writer and film-maker. His writing has appeared in many prominent Australian publications and he is a regular columnist for The Australian newspaper. For the past fifteen years he has presented Late Night Live, one of Australia's most influential radio programs, on Radio National and Radio Australia.

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