DIOS NO ES BUENO [Christopher Hitchens] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. God Is Not Great is a book by Anglo-American author and journalist Christopher Hitchens, in which he makes a case against organized religion. It was. Dios no es bueno: Alegato contra la religión (Spanish Edition) eBook: Christopher Hitchens, RICARDO; GARCIA PEREZ: : Kindle-Shop.

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Christopher Hitchens gave us a complete and deep analysis about the most important religions showing their origin, evolution and great impact in the human society. Add both to Cart Add both to List. Or those whose credulity has led their own society into stagnation may seek a solution, not in true self-examination, but in blaming others for their backwardness.

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God Is Not Great is a book by Anglo-American author and journalist Christopher Hitchensin which he makes a case against organized religion. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. He says that religious advocates have attempted to misrepresent some of christoher icons as religious, and describes how some of these individuals fought against the negative influences of religion.

Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Hitchens lists anachronisms and inconsistencies in the Old Testament nitchens, stating that many of the “gruesome, disordered events This page was last edited on 18 Decemberat He says that there is no record by any Roman historian of any Augustan census, and that, although “the Jewish chronicler Josephus mentions one that did occur—without the onerous requirement for people to return to their places vios birth”, it was undertaken “six years after the birth of Jesus is supposed to have taken place”.


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He concludes by saying that he would not want to eradicate religion if the faithful would “leave him alone”, but ultimately they are incapable of this. It touches on the lucrative careers of Chandra Mohan Jain diso Sathyanarayana Rajuand details his observations of a “brisk fleecing” and christolher unstable devotees witnessed during the author’s staged pilgrimage to an ashram in Punewhich was undertaken as part of a BBC documentary.


Medias this blog was made to help people to easily download or read PDF files. Retrieved July 16, He cites many contradictions in this area.

Product details Paperback Publisher: He identifies similarities between Islam and Christianity, and notes several plagiarisms of the Jewish faith. One person found this helpful. Hitchens does argue that the “multiple authors—none of whom published anything until many decades after the Crucifixion—cannot agree on anything of importance”, [20] “the gospels are most certainly not literal truth”, [21] and there is “little or no evidence for the life of Jesus”.

We must each look at the relevant data and facts that exkste find in all domains of life and history and make our own decision as to what our beliefs are. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Buy the selected items together This item: He states that the “feebleness” of the Bible is a result of the fact that until recently, Christians faced with arguments against the logic or factualness of the Bible “could simply burn or silence anybody who asked any inconvenient questions”.


Don’t have a Kindle? Hamblin concluded that the book “should certainly not be seen as reasonable grounds for rejecting belief in God”. Psychological Services Elvia Hurtado-Hursh. I recommend this book for open minds people.

Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Both these things happened in the most consecratedly “spiritual” society of them all. The book received mixed reviews, but sold well. He uses the example of Laplace —”It works well enough without that [God] hypothesis” [15] —to demonstrate that we do not need God to explain things; he claims that religion becomes obsolete as an explanation when it becomes optional or one among many different beliefs.

But the only people who believe that religion is about believing blindly in a God who blesses and curses on demand and sees science and reason as spawns of Satan are unlettered fundamentalists and their atheistic doppelgangers.

Hitchens points out the problematic implications of the scriptural proclamation “he that is without sin among you, let him cast a first stone” with regard to the practical legislation of retributive justice: Hitchens first connects the Book of Isaiah in the Old Testament with its prediction that “a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son” see Isaiah 7: