Tom Gilson has reviewed Richard Dawkins’ new book and is not impressed:
Dawkins has written all this before. He’s said many times, for example, that any God who could create the cosmos would have to be more complex than the cosmos, and would need his existence explained just as much. He’s been answered many times, but he only repeats himself. It’s as if there were no intellectual world outside his own head; as if intellectual integrity never called for a thinker to respond to other thinkers.
There’s nothing of interest here that wasn’t already in *The God Delusion,* of which nearly every chapter was given enough response by theists to merit at least some attempt at a counter-argument. Dawkins doesn’t seem to care.
I’m not surprised by any of this. Are you? I recall Dawkins waving away those who responded to his first book as “fleas.” Such pomposity might be expected from the descendant of slave owners. 😉