An Illusion of Harmony review

The Brunei Times has a review of my critique of Muslim attitudes toward science, An Illusion of Harmony.

The review is interesting. Not because it has any substance; it consists largely of invective. But it’s an interesting example of what those of us who want to be critical of Islam face. Even when you avoid going on an Islam-bashing expedition, it’s very hard to get devout Muslims to pay attention to what you’re actually saying.

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