Errata in God: The Failed Hypothesis Hardback edition 2007

(contains errrors in Paperback Edition).

p. 7   Celal, Yonatan, Zannelli
p. 19 Ref 11. Plantinga
p. 34 par 3   Gospels
p. 34 Change last sentence to read:
         However, by referrung to a domain outside pure though, the world of our senses, science can propves some             statements, if not with 100 percent certainty, then beyond a reasonable doubt.
p. 45 Ref 21. Cowan
p. 74 Ref 23. Gishlick
         Ref 29. Remove internet ref after (2005).
         Ref 33. Change to: Discovery Institute, (accessed Jume 16, 2008).
p. 75 Ref 43. Recursive.
p. 89 line 7 from bottom: change from to form
p. 95 par 2 change these to those
p. 106.  O not 0 in H2O
p. 108. Ref 27. Ionnidis
p. 116. Superscript 2 should be Roman.
p. 150  Change line under third reacton to read
            Each of these product nuclei except 4Be8 is also . . .
p. 157. 0.0002 of the mass
p. 177 par 4: Jesus sits down at
           change next to lats line to read . . . one the cross according to Matthew (Matt . . .)    
p. 132 Kings 13.32
p. 189 Note 2 1Chron
p. 190 Note 23 chang ibid to Joe Nickell
p. 198 Doctrine of the Mean 13.3
p. 213 Ref 32 Change Wall to Waal
p. 234  The first 3 paragraphs shoud read:

What Gods Remain?
Now, a believer is certainly free to argue that “none of these Gods is my god.” I have nowhere claimed that I can rule out every conceivable god, just those with the selected empirically detectable attributes. If a believer’s god does not have any of those attributes, then I have no quarrel with her.
    For example, we might imagine a god who created the universe but does not interfere with it or interact with its inhabitants in any way. The deist god of the Enlightenment (the “Creator” in the Declaration of Independence) created the universe with completely deterministic natural laws and thus has no need to ever step in. For this god, everything that happens is already written.
    However, this type of deist god is probably ruled out by a fact drawn from most interpretations of quantum mechanics. Based on our best current knowledge, nature is not deterministic. The Heisenberg uncertainty principle of quantum mechanics implies that the motion of a particle cannot be predicted with absolute certainty, that much that happens in the universe is random. Furthermore, the latest developments in cosmology imply that the universe began in total chaos and so retains no memory of any creator. This still leaves open the possibility of a deist god who created the chaos and left everything else to chance. But, such a god has no observable effect and is functionally equivalent to nonexistent as far as humans are concerned.

p. 240 par 3. Change believe in to worship. The last paragraph should read:
The existence of a God who hides . . .
p. 241 Ref 9. Change Ibid to John L. Shellenberg
p. 242 Ref 12 Plantinga
p. 247 last par. Change who to whom.
p. 258. Change Ref 1 to: Voltaire, contained in a verse epistle from 1768.
p. 259. Change Ref 10 to: Editorial note for the above second paper, p. 28.
p. 260 Ref 29. Peter Singer
p. 274 Change de Wall to de Waal
p. 247 Orr ref should read after Boston Revew: 21, no. 6 (December-January 1996/1996)
p. 278 Ionnidis
p. 283. Orr entry at top. Remove (1998) and add in place after  Review: 21, no. 6 (December-January 1996/1997).
p. 233. After Reiss entry add Note 21 p. 108