When Richard Dawkins published The god delusion in 2006, it was fêted by intellectuals who heard their views echoed in the author’s diagnosis of organised religion as “the great unmentionable evil at the centre of our culture”.
Yet Dawkins’ critique proved unnecessary. The western world had bought into evidence-based rationality. It had bought into science. The true threat lay
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