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The God Delusion

Written by: Richard Dawkins
Narrated by: Richard Dawkins,Lalla Ward
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Publisher's Summary

Despite the potential sensitivity of the topic, Richard Dawkins unashamedly applies his characteristically blunt approach to The God Delusion. His decision to narrate this audiobook himself only serves to make it all the more exhilarating an experience.

You heard it here first! This unabridged audiobook is only available as a digital download from Audible.

Winner of the British Book Awards, Author of the Year, 2007.
Shortlisted for the British Book Awards, Book of the Year, 2007.
Longlisted for the Samuel Johnson Prize, 2007.
Winner of the Audiobook Download of the Year, 2007

Richard Dawkins is considered to be one of the world's top intellectuals. As the author of many classic works on science and philosophy, he has always asserted the irrationality of belief in God and the grievous harm it has inflicted on society. He now focuses his fierce intellect exclusively on this subject, denouncing its faulty logic and the suffering it causes.

While Europe is becoming increasingly secularized, the rise of religious fundamentalism, whether in the Middle East or Middle America, is dramatically and dangerously dividing opinion around the world. In America and elsewhere, a vigorous dispute between "intelligent design" and Darwinism is seriously undermining and restricting the teaching of science. In many countries religious dogma from medieval times still serves to abuse basic human rights, such as those of women and gay people - and all from a belief in a God whose existence lacks evidence of any kind.

Dawkins attacks God in all his forms, from the sex-obsessed, cruel tyrant of the Old Testament to the more benign, but still illogical, Celestial Watchmaker favoured by some Enlightenment thinkers. He eviscerates the major arguments for religion and demonstrates the ultimate improbability of a supreme being. He shows how religion fuels war, foments bigotry and abuses children. In The God Delusion, Dawkins presents a hard-hitting, impassioned rebuttal of religion of all types and does so in the lucid, witty and powerful language for which he is renowned.

©2006 Richard Dawkins (P)2006 Penguin Audio

Critic Reviews

"A spirited and exhilarating read...Dawkins comes roaring forth in the full vigour of his powerful arguments...." ( Guardian)
"Everyone should read it. Aethists will love Mr Dawkins's incisive logic and rapier wit...." ( The Economist)

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Excellent perspective and explanation of atheism

whether you are a thiest or an athiest this book will help one understand what exactly athiesm means.he raises some very intriguing questions in this book which will force the listener/reader to think about them. through these questions he gives his point of view on these questions through which many clarifications to God/religion related concepts are given. he also describes historical descriptions of religious incidents to delve deep into how religions work, how people get indoctrinated into religions. but he also gives clarity on athiesm related concepts helping one to understand why concepts related to God/religions cannot be realistic. hence anyone truly passionate about knowing how the universe and how life began cannot be religious in fact believing in God is more an excuse to imply that they are not truly interested in knowing these answers.
he also describes some misconcepts (of both thiests and athiests), eg being an athiest doesn't anyway mean that such people are immoral etc.

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Outstanding science wrapped in athiesm

The structure, content & narration of the book standout in all aspects.
Among the better known books by Dawkins.
If you know Dawkins, you know this book will have deep insights on evolution, but will pack an equal amount of anti-religious sentiments. He will, as always, go on to offend most religious people - but not because he is wrong - just that political correctness takes a back-seat to science.
I have a paperback version of the book, but I keep this in my library because it is going to be one of the highlights of human thought when history is written a couple of centuries from now.
If Darwin was alive, he'd be proud of a mentee like Dawkins.... who's taken the theory of evolution to greater heights... without trying to sabotage the basics.
If this is your cup of tea ... dont miss out on 'The Blind Watchmaker' by Dawkins

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Eye opening

This is a very essential book for those who are religious and not. It shows why religion failed to answer so many questions that the science can
. It also says the reasons why you needed to be an atheist in modern world

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the evil

it has changed me and my way of understanding god and religion.
they are a lot more evil than i imagined.
when will humanity win?

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worth a read

Starts off being a little repetitive and hollow, but picks up pace half way through and ends up being a very interesting read in the end

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recommended

open many obstacles of Thinking process. Atheist will love it. Theists if read unbiased then their thinking process will change surely.

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Excellent breakdown of the God hypothesis.Needs multiple listening

Excellent breakdown of the God hypothesis. Dawkins proves why the God hypothesis is false and detrimental to the society .
However needs multiple listening to grasp certain points .

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Brilliant Eye Opener

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I wasn’t an audiobook person, but decided to give it a try during my commute to and from work. And this was my second Audiobook.

The book delves into various arguments put forward by religious believers, and goes on to provide thought provoking counter arguments.This is a handbook on how to be an atheist. A proud one. Dawkins goes on to throw facts and logical reasoning against most of the beliefs that are religiously prevalent. Again, he doesn’t claim to be THE right one with all the arguments put forward. Except, they are logical and if you have an open mind ready to listen to reasoning are encouraged to think and question your very own religious foundations that you grew up on. He speaks a lot about Darwin and his theory of evolution and the Anthropic Principle.
Me, who personally don’t believe in the existence of God, this book was a definite food for thought.

It is an absolute must read/listen for everyone no matter your religious inclination.

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wonderful blend of religion and science

gave good insight on religion vs science debate. both sides needs to be heard for any rational thinking

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Must Read for everyone

I wish every school has this book as part of their curriculum!
Richard’s voice has so much conviction! Highly recommended!

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  • Ian
  • 02-11-06

Excellent

Dawkins has been a major contributor to my education on evolution and natural selection. His style and presentation gets complex ideas across with clarity and simplicity. This is an important work that sadly is unlikely to be experienced by many of those who would receive benefit from it. It has all the clarity of Dawkins at his best.

I particularly liked the "two handed" narration. The alternation of voices is used well to give emphasis and variety and never appears contrived in a way that would have been so easy. More audiobook producers of factual titles should consider using this technique

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  • NicholasTod
  • 10-09-13

A Fantastic Read

Would you consider the audio edition of The God Delusion to be better than the print version?

The story telling by Mr Dawkins and Miss Ward is really well done, and adds another dimension to a already well written and intelligent book.

What did you like best about this story?

The best thing about the story is that it shatters the shackles of being controlled by other people, (which whatever people say is the point of religion, to control you) and opens your eyes to the fact that there are no spirits, magic or anything supernatural that you need to fear, we do good because we are good people and we want to, not because there is some judgmental thing watching us. The world is clearer and safer in that knowledge.

Have you listened to any of Richard Dawkins and Lalla Ward ’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

N/A but I will.

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Really is a must read for everyone, I want my children and grandchildren to read this, if people actually stop and think about what we are told by these "people of faith" and look at how so much of the world's problems are because of them and there ever crusade to be in control of your lives, the world would be a much happier place.

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  • Troy
  • 02-10-12

Mind expanding

Sure, he was preaching (pun intended) to the converted, but Richard Dawkins also gives you a lot to think about in this great book. I was facilitated as I listened to different theories on why religious folk can be such nut bags. Give it a listen, test your faith or confirm your convictions.

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  • Antony Dayal
  • 31-07-12

Dawkin's slays the Dragon

If you could sum up The God Delusion in three words, what would they be?

Science lights the Dark

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I like the last chapter on how special life is and why you don't need any super natural being to explain why it is. Trillions of beings could have been here instead of you, yet you are here. With those odds who needs the lottery.

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Dawkin's does not shy away from stating facts that others would shy away from. His arguement, as usual, is well thought out and convincing. He lays out the make believe of religon. To see the world through his world is far more beautiful than one described by the religous.

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  • Tim Beningfield
  • 10-03-22

Thought provoking... provocative

Well developed logic and well narrated.
while confrontational at times, the passion for provoking a seeking for understanding and evidence is clear and I cannot fault it.
Believers and aethiests can benefit from listening to this book with an open mind... and formulating your own beliefs or otherwise.

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  • Lisl Barry
  • 22-02-21

Brilliant

Brilliant that's all, just brilliant. Witty, engaging and makes so much sense to my line of thinking. Well and enjoyably narrated. Thank you. Everyone should have a chance to read or hear this and then make a balanced decision on their belief system that they wish to follow...or atleast be able to discuss this openly without people feeling so aggrieved and on the defence (which tells alot in itself). Perhaps the world would then be a better place. If you enjoyed this, then another great book to listen to is Homo Sapiens (by Yuval Noah Harari). Also on audible and is wonderfully written and narrated (and witty).

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  • G. Vaughan
  • 16-10-20

life changing.

picked this book up after Church one day. Read it and realised Id been wasting my sundays and some of my pay. haha. Nicely read and good quality audio.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 31-01-19

Disappointing

Well written and great use of language. well narrated but the book did not live up to the title. It was really just a diatribe ( a very well written diatribe) against the privilege position of religions in society. There were no new ideas (complaints) than many of us were expressing around dinner tables in the 70s. However, as to proof of the existence or non-existence of a god, disappointing.

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  • Kee Ooi Yuen
  • 10-01-19

I signed up for Audible for this!

I signed up for Audible because of this book and it's better than expected! I'm always trapped in my religion that I grew up with and I know something isn't right. This book will definitely answer those questions. Chapter 1 is now done and I'm so excited for the upcoming chapters...

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  • VC
  • 19-01-18

awesome experience

awesome book that expands the frontiers of your understanding. hard hitting style. gripping. finally, sensitive to meaningfully place the personal experience of a larger context

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  • Valerie
  • 02-12-06

Do not miss this!

This is an excellent book and it works very well with Richard Dawkins reading with his wife Lalla Ward. Dawkins argues against religion and never looses one's interest. He is knowledgable, amusing and devastating.Listen and open your mind if you are religious or listen and bolster your arguments if you are not. Then buy the book and read it and then read Dawkins' other books. He teaches difficult things so even I understand!

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  • Andrew
  • 05-03-07

Devastating critique of religion

Unlike 'Geoff' from Stockton-on-Tees (a previous reviewer of this work), I have had the benefit of actually listening to the book, and having read most of the rest of the Dawkins oeuvre besides. His writing is never less than exhilarating, and very often devastating. For me, the key theme is his critique of religion as an all-purpose excuse-generating mechanism, whether it is providing the justification for wars, discrimination or plain ignorance about the natural world. Alas, those who are too intellectually cowardly to listen beyond the preview will never experience the thrill and/or challenge of Dawkins' arguments.

I also feel that the book benefits from having been presented in this two-narrator audiobook form, and wonder whether Professor Dawkins' publishers have considered giving his other works a similar treatment.

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  • Duncan
  • 01-12-06

Brilliant!

The aim of the book: to turn the reader into someone who denies all things supernatural; worked on me. And I feel all the better for it - and I didn't know I would.

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  • Jeremy
  • 11-03-07

Simplistic and Shallow

The God Delusion is fundamentalism at its poorest. It raves against non-atheists suggesting that they are, in some undiscovered way, a carrier of a disease. Its lack of tolerance for a non-atheist view points is shocking. The careful selection of obsolete theist and deist arguments to demolish, whilst avoiding current thinking, demonstrates a very selective argument. Its basic assumption that science is the only tool in the toolbox for understanding all aspects of the universe is flawed and shows a cavalier disregard for scholarship outside the science faculty.

If you read this book I strongly recommend that you also read The Dawkins Delusion by Professor Alister McGrath, also of Oxford University. It elegantly and politely demolishes Dawkins? book.

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  • Rebecca
  • 10-07-08

Far more than a rant !

I've both read it and listened to this, several times now, and thought I'd wait a bit before adding my comments.
As an audiobook, it's superb - well read, and yes, the two voices work.
As a book, the content is remarkable, well-thought through and devastating - yes, Dawkins has strongly held views and a real anger about religion, its sources and its consequences. It is the book that atheists and agnostics who previously weren't sure why they felt what they felt have been waiting for - it articulates all their concerns.
Which is why, religious readers, simply dismissing it is both foolish and counter-productive. If we cannot read it, respect its honesty (even if we disagree) and counter its arguments intelligently and thoughtfully, other than by stamping our feet and sticking our fingers in our ears then we have no right to take the high ground. (And getting personal and vindictive is hardly Christian!)
Know your enemy, and work out the best way to deal with him! Are we really so insecure about our beliefs that we cannot counter Dawkins on his own ground, intellectually?

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  • Louise
  • 11-02-07

Food for thought

The audio content of this recording is excellently presented by Dawkins and his wife, Lalla Ward, who alternate speaking to very good effect. Dawkins is at his most interesting and persuasive when talking about his specialist subject, evolutionary science, and has got a great deal to say about a wide range of other subjects. The book ranges from theology to social sciences to physics to ethics and the listener picks up some fascinating titbits of information and anecdotes along the way.

Unfortunately, I felt that Dawkins? passion for his cause, combined with his layman?s knowledge on the majority of the themes, leads to several rather irritating and poorly thought-out assertions which diminish the overall message of the book. I was left feeling short-changed after yet another sweeping dismissal of a complicated theological area and desperate to hear the other side of the story.

Overall, this book will open your mind to a wide range of discussion topics and give you much food for thought. I would, however, consider the abridged version as 15 hours of the author?s rhetoric gets a little wearying.

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  • Geoff
  • 03-12-06

Surprisingly Naive

I can only review the preview sample as I do not intend to buy the book. As the preview is designed to get one interested, then one can only assume that the sample is a pretty good synopsis of the overall content. I choose very few words to review for the issue I wish to relay is very simple.

All physical things exist according to definite rules of an ideal 'science'. These rules reflect a certain (although limited) truth about existence. The word 'truth' in this context could be described as having godlike qualities. (It's down to your definition). However, if you live in this physical world then you would be strongly advised to live your life according to it's rules. For example it would be wise not to jump off a 20 storey building.
There is much that our world of technology and science cannot explain especially in the realms of spiritual existence, or conscious existence. There is a whole well documented world out there that would come under this heading, which goes back thousands of years. I suggest that those interested would make an excellent start by reading Eckhart Tolle's book 'The Power of Now'. No mumbo jumbo here.
I should imagine that there is much good sense under particular headings in Mr Dawkins book, but I would suggest that it will be picked up by a far less (spiritually) mature audience than that which he intended.

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  • WizardsKnob
  • 30-11-16

Flying Spaghetti Monster here I come

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I found The God Delusion positively enlightening. I'm an atheist (brought up a Roman Catholic so chose atheism as soon as my mother gave me the option). The case for atheism is given intelligently, humorously, and with no condescension. The facts (for they are facts, not arguments) are very revealing, and hopefully help to remove the blinkers of religious dogma from as many people as possible.

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  • E. J. Lizier
  • 08-08-07

A must-read.

This is a great book, worthy of all the praise it gets. All open-minded people should read this book. Closed-minded folk won't get through it as it may be prove too damaging to their delicately structured, dogma-insulated mentalities.
The audio book's not available in Italy, where I live and I had to buy a hard copy in Britain. Makes you wonder, doesn't it? Running scared, are they? So they should be.
As Dawkins so rightly points out, so many religious people haven't even read their own religion's 'sacred' texts and don't even understand their religion in the slightest and, indeed, have never questioned it, but merely follow theocratic dogma blindly.
I urge everyone to read, or listen to, this book. It will, at the very least, make religious people examine themselves and their religion and will help atheists and would-be atheists understand just how very dangerous religion, and especially blind faith, really are and how our lives are affected negatively by religion and ?faith-heads? on a daily basis.
I congratulate and thank Richard Dawkins.

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  • Janet
  • 20-01-07

Never less than interesting

Dawkins is a evangelical atheist and never prentends to be anything else and this is his reasoning behind his position.

I applaud the use of two voices (Dawkins and Ward) - it works well indeed.

A fascinating argument which occasionally can repeat itself but is nevertheless well worth the investment in time.

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  • Christopher Beachy
  • 18-03-20

Pompous

Arrogant. I thought I was really going to enjoy this book. Unfortunately I thought wrong.
I’m an atheist myself but I pride myself on being open-minded and empathetic towards others. Richard Dawkins is neither. He might be an extremely intelligent human being but he’s a terrible person. I almost want to convert to Christianity after listening to this garbage just to distance myself from being associated with such a person. I thought there would be objective facts provided for his arguments; however, this was nothing more than subjective word vomit from the mouth of someone who thinks they’re better than thou.
Don’t waste your money or credits if a subscriber.

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  • Kristopher
  • 11-12-14

Very informative

Very interesting and helped me understand matters that I knew of, but was not able to accurately form them into relevant ideas of what I do, and do not believe. I think if I read this instead of listen, it would have been to difficult for me to understand. Listening to this gave me opportunity to use my attention on understanding his concepts... Worth a listen but keep an open mind for those of faith.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 26-09-15

Arrogant

I really wanted to like this book. But dawkins just spews arrogance out of everything he says. And his lame attempts of humour are just cringe worthy.

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  • Jelena S.
  • 05-11-20

Bickering

I think listening to it was even worse than reading it. Some parts are informative, but Dawkins inevitably goes on and on bickering about how delusional believers are, and than, he even attacks the people on the sidelines, namely agnostics - which in my opinion are the smartest considering we know so little about so many things. He discredits Budism as a religion altogether and calls it a way of life, probably because it's one of the greatest religions in my opinion, and because it would make it difficult for him to find a negative in it. Isn't every religion a way of life? Zoroastrian?
I lost hours and hours of my life I will never get back. I'm a non believer (concerning religion) but I'm opened to change if the evidence shows otherwise, and despite all the negative things about religion I BELIEVE it has its place and brings a lot of positives in human lives. Isn't one of our basic human right to BELIEVE.

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  • Rob Thompson
  • 25-12-17

Well researched critique of religious dogma in the 21st century.

This book answers for me, all of the questions which arise out of the adherence to blind faith in all its many forms. A carefully constructed and well read expose of religious practice today.

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  • Michael
  • 21-05-15

Fantastic!!!

Richard Dawkins - Good looking, beautiful voice and as brilliant as they come! A must listen!

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  • Nic
  • 13-12-17

Evidence based arguments to delusions

This book should be compulsory reading in conjunction with all religious texts. God is a lie

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  • Ryan
  • 12-05-17

Simply stunning

The world would be a better place if everyone read this book. Entertaining, accessible, enlightening and inspiring. A true masterpiece.

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  • Cambell
  • 02-04-16

Brilliant literature for the thinking person

Dawkins puts forward a clear argument and strong reasoning in this book, and the writing comes to life when read by Richard and Lala.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 17-04-21

Could not put it down

Awesome stuff. Gotta love Dawkins. So clean, methodical, logical and true. On to his next work!

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