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You get as much if not more by watching year million on the National Geography channel.
on October 8, 2018
From the very beginning of the book one gets the strong impression that the author is an atheist. He obviously has a beef with God and everything that associate to Him. Instead of remaining neutral, as any good researcher should, in his expose of things, the author shows his bias. Like any atheist the author uses the scriptures, and events associated with religion, to fit his agenda. Is this due to a lack of understanding of the scriptures or something else, I will leave this to the reader to decide. In other words, part of this book, if not its entirety, is biased. Don't get me wrong, there are many part of this book I agree with but many of the scientific facts the author uses are not accurate and lead any reader who is not aware of those inaccuracies to misleading conclusions. As I said on my intro, I got as much if not more from the National Geographic series titled Year Million than I did from this book, and this without them feeling the need to bash God every thirty seconds. Theirs is based on facts and professionalism, not bias.