Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Brown on Dawkins

Andrew Brown, a sort of Everyman intellectual-atheist-with-a-sense-of-proportion, has been reviewing Dawkins's The God Delusion recently, and saying (as usual) some interesting things. There's this review for Prospect Magazine, and another review for the Guardian. Brown, by the way, is worth reading on his own; he often reviews works on philosophical and theological topics, and, from what I've seen, has a knack for finding the right blend of personal interest and serious thought; and he always gives one the sense of taking the search after truth seriously.

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