The Four Horsemen

The Four Horsemen: The Discussion that Sparked an Atheist Revolution Foreword by Stephen Fry

Non-Fiction, Religion & Spirituality, Religion, Spirituality
Hardback Published on: 14/02/2019
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The Four Horsemen
Everything you need to know about the nature of atheism in our time from some of the sharpest minds to ever comment on the issue. Short and sweet.
No better introduction to Atheism and it's battle for truth than this short conversation between some of the greatest minds of the recent times. It's incre... READ MORE
Henri at Gower St.


Washington, D.C. 2007: Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, Daniel C. Dennett and Christopher Hitchens.

Known as the 'four horsemen' of New Atheism, these four big thinkers of the twenty-first century met only once.

Their electrifying examination of ideas on this remarkable occasion was intense and wide-ranging. Everything that was said as they agreed and disagreed with one another, interrogated ideas and exchanged insights - about religion and atheism, science and sense - speaks with urgency to our present age.

Questions they asked of each other included:

  • Is it ever possible to win a war of ideas?
  • Is spirituality the preserve of the religious?
  • Are there any truths you would rather not know?
  • Would you want to see the end of faith?

The dialogue was recorded, and is now transcribed and presented here with new introductions from the surviving three horsemen. With a sparkling introduction from Stephen Fry, it makes essential reading for all their admirers and for anyone interested in exploring the tensions between faith and reason.

  • Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd
  • ISBN: 9780593080399
  • Number of pages: 160
  • Weight: 273g
  • Dimensions: 222 x 144 x 20 mm

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The Four Horsemen
Inspiring and challenging read
I remember watching this video a lot a decade or so ago, but was struck anew by the fluency and depth of this debate. The new introductions and Stephen Fry... READ MORE
Neil Ashcroft