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New Review: An Atheist's History of Belief (Matthew Kneale)

Kneale grew up without any religious belief and that is still his position today, but he nevertheless thinks that religion is an important feature of human experience. His view is that it exists because it provides reassurance. He examines this idea by looking at how religion has developed, starting in prehistory and tracing its evolution over several thousand years into modern times. This is a very broad sweep of time and space to compress into 238 pages so inevitably there has been a lot of selection and compression. [More]

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