Vincent Bugliosi turns his critical eye on both religious believers and the atheists who reflexively oppose them. Here he indicts both camps, and argues why agnosticism is the most responsible position to take with regard to such eternal questions as the existence of God. Bugliosi examines such developments as the decline of belief in evolution and the disturbing vengefulness of God as depicted in the Old Testament. He also questions that an all-powerful and all-knowing creator would have so badly miscalculated free will, leaving human beings to persecute and murder their fellow human beings. Vincent Bugliosi sets a new course - a middle path that urges us to recognize the limits of what we know, and what we cannot know about the ineffable mysteries of existence.
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"The author, who made his name prosecuting Charles Manson in the 1970s, now tackles the existence of God. This book will enrage some believers and make some nonbelievers laugh, but it's an entertaining, engaging work that will keep listeners on their intellectual toes. Narrator Mel Foster has a lively, deep voice that mirrors the author's tone almost exactly. When Bugliosi is sarcastic or is exasperated with an uneven argument, there is Foster, shading his voice so it rises at the end of a sentence or stops cold so listeners can get the joke. Foster does attempt some characterizations--some successful and some not--but he maintains listener attention through the sheer force of his energy and passion. R.I.G. (c) AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine"
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