What’s Wrong with the World

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“In his work The Last Superstition, Edward Feser melds philosophic acumen with an acute sense of humor, steadily dismantling the philosophic claims of Dawkins, Hitchens, Dennett, and others… a sharp critique of modern philosophical errors… One hopes that Feser's work will spur further interest in classical Thomistic and Aristotelian metaphysical thought.” Michael O’Halloran, Review of Metaphysics

Every argument atheists raise against belief in God can be dismantled like a cheap watch by [people] who know how to do it. And, as The Last Superstition shows, Edward Feser really knows how to do it… If [atheists] were willing to dispassionately consider the case for theism that Feser builds here, they would come away from reading this book with their confidence profoundly shaken.” Patrick Madrid, Envoy Magazine

Comments (3)


Glad to hear that. Just out of curiosity, I'd like to hear what you consider the strongest published criticism of LT. It might be interesting to work on it.


Your book is on my list of ones to pick up at some point soon. I probably would have by now if we weren't trying to save up for a house so we could start on a family (and eventually, homeschooling).

You go after the philosophical side, Vox Day (in The Irrational Atheist) goes after the raw facts and secular reasoning side. The two of you should write a combined volume that categorically dismantles the New Atheists.

I like the book too, in fact, I like it so much that I will be leading a group discussion on it. But I cannot recommend it to my atheists friends because it takes the same rhetorical tones as Harris and Co. The snide remarks made about Harris and Co. (and their arguments) are offensive to my non-believing friends. I wish there was a book that had the same content but was written with my atheists friends in mind.

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