If God died in the 1960s, then someone forgot to tell the British
publishing industry, writes David A Robertson, the editor of the Free
Church Monthly Record and author of The
Dawkins Letters – Challenging Atheist Myths.
God have been the surprise best-selling phenomenon of the past 18 months.
God Delusion by Richard Dawkins, which has sold more than a million, has
been joined in the bestseller lists by Christopher Hitchens’ God is not
Great, Sam Harris’s Letter to a Christian Nation, AC Grayling’s Against
all Gods and a host of other books extolling the virtues of atheism and
the dangers and follies of religion.
Full story at The Scotsman.