The God Delusion is a crude delivery of Richard Dawkins' contemplations and experimental analysis on the subject of God's existence and the environmental infestation caused by a modern deviation of the misperceived ideology, religion. Richard Dawkins is a professor at the Oxford University, for the Public Understanding of Science department, and is known for the fundamental deliverance of literature which has won him a number of awards such as the Royal Society of Literature Award in 1987, Michael Faraday Award of the Royal Society in 1990, International Cosmos Prize for Achievement in Human Science (1997), and the Kistler Prize and the Shakespeare Prize in 2001 and 2005 respectively.
This is a protagonist's revolt to the safeguarding of ignorance that has somehow lead to a state of impersonal devotion towards something that is unknown. Now, a book as criticizing as this is bound to cause some disturbance within the society, as Richard digs deep into the monetary affairs of the so-claiming to be religious organizations, and highlight the common misinterpretation of the essence of atheism, where atheists are being seen as sinners by many believers of the religions that claim to speak of equality, sharing, and sacrifice.
Richard Dawkins' The God Delusion is humanity's call for a new integrated system, as we conveniently witness the decline of religion or religions, marking the realization of a seriously misperceived, mis-communicated ideology that was once meant for the progression of human civilization as one brotherhood. Richard, in this book, attempts to disprove the existence of God through material evidences; however, a little cogitation can help you realize that the science of matter cannot possibly fulfill the needs of a curious scientist on a quest to fathom the unknown.
Reading this book, one is most likely to feel that the author might have gone a little too far into juxtaposing the science of matter and the science of the source. Dawkins here relates his idea as to the non-possibility of the coexistence of science and religion, to a failed scientific experiment once attempted to prove the existence of a Supreme Being, where a congregation of churchgoers prayed in mass for the health of patients in hospitals. Similarly, in many parts of the book, he seems to be persistent on disproving God's existence; however, in the course of finding answers for his curiosity, he sure has come across crucial information that projects the flaws in the system of religion and the society so being affected as of today.
Ignoring some of the inessential and unfortunate parts in the book, the argument that Richard puts forth is likely to open one's mind to a set of new beliefs and perceptions; However, do remember, it's only perception. Richard argues that belief in the existence of a supreme entity is not only wrong, but a delusional phenomenon that is deadly in nature. He claims that God's existence is a supposition, but the argument in itself takes form of one other perception pertaining to a specific dimension. Differences in opinions, in general, is likely to cause turbulence, but one can certainly save the time and go about completing a thought cycle only to reach out for the ones that are higher.
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