Peter Hitchens reviews a book by humanist Anthony Grayling. "This work is full of negative. petti-fogging narrowness, devoid of sympathy for opponents, empty of generosity or modesty, immune to poetry or mystery. Seeking enjoyment in its pages is like trying to quench your thirst with dry biscuits. The rudest thing that I can say about it [Graylin's book, "The God Argument: The Case Against Religion and for Humanismis,"] is that it is pretty much the same as all the other anti-God books.