The title-essay, with its incisive analysis of Christianity, is followed by a major statement of Russell's own beliefs, discussions of immortality, the misery caused by religion, and the danger of looking to it for help.
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'Devastating in its use of cold logic.' - The Independent
'The most robust as well as the most witty infidel since Voltaire and he can not fail to sharpen men's sense of what is entailed both in belief and unbelief.' - The Spectator
'What makes the book valuable is life-long uncompromising intellectual honesty.' - Times Literary Supplement
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Book Description Unwin Paperbacks, 1975. Paperback. Book Condition: New. New item. Bookseller Inventory # QX-198-98-8759008