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Atheism 101: Answers, Explanations and Rebuttals [Kindle Edition]

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Atheism 101: Answers, Explanations and Rebuttals is a collection of concise and occasionally snarky answers to atheism's frequently asked questions. What is the meaning of life? What was Hitler's religion? What's the deal with the Flying Spaghetti Monster? And what was Mother Teresa's dark secret?

This book is highly recommended for everyone curious about America's most misunderstood minority, as well as for those who wish to better understand their atheist friends, neighbors or coworkers.

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1.0 out of 5 stars A very poor attemp. 2 May 2011
By John
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Dreadful. I could have written more convincing arguments myself in an evening. There is nothing new here. The English and style would shame a teenager.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointingly brief 7 Dec 2012
By Robert
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Not so bad as one reviewer made out, but when I turned over the page and found it was the end of the book, I was shocked - I thought the meaty parts were about to start.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Very good asnswers to questions about Atheism. 18 Feb 2012
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This abbreviated / short book is well written. The book is more of a an atheism related FAQ manual. It does have very good answers, and it does cover issues that I have not heard before. I highly recommend it. If interested, there's another book on a similar subject. Here's the link on Amazon:

What Did Jesus Really Say-How Christianity Went Astray: [What To Say To A Born Again Christian Fundamentalist, But Never Had The Information]
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33 of 33 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great book for the price 1 Feb 2011
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This isn't a book per se - it's more like an atheism-related FAQ. Still, it's got some pretty good answers and brings up a few original points I've never heard before. (And I've been reading these debates for *years*)

The book's language is very informal, but it's a welcome change of pace after all the "serious" books on atheism by Dawkins, Harris, Myers and the like. The only thing I didn't like (and the reason I'm giving the book 4 stars instead of 5) is that it could be a bit longer. The author does a great job answering the most common questions, though, so maybe I'm just being picky.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Very good asnswers to questions about Atheism. 26 Sep 2011
By Brian Coulter - Published on Amazon.com
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This abbreviated / short book is well written. I agree with another reviewer here. The book is more of a an atheism related FAQ manual. It does have very good answers, and it does cover issues that I have not heard before. I highly recommend it. If interested, there's another book on a similar subject. Here's the link on Amazon:

What Did Jesus Really Say-How Christianity Went Astray: [What To Say To A Born Again Christian Fundamentalist, But Never Had The Information] -- by Peter Cayce
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Short and sweet 31 Dec 2011
By chris swinger - Published on Amazon.com
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Granted, this book's strengths do not lie in it's length nor the amount of detail provided. However, the author prefaces his work with telling the reader such, along with his reasoning for writing in this manner: Atheism 101 should only serve as a basic breakdown of the argument(s) atheist often find themselves in when the volatile topic of religion is ever discussed with a theist. Thus, one should only read this book as guide to branching off on their own to independently research certain facets of the debate (though, considering how one-sided this topic is regarding these things called "facts", it really isn't much of a debate)covered in the work.

Overall, I found it neatly organized and very concise in addressing arguments/claims made against atheism.Though, unless you are completely new to the topic of atheism/evolution/etc, then you probably won't learn a great deal of new material. Again, as the author mentions in the book, it really serves as simple, yet useful, pamphlet for concisely summarizing the debate and providing useful retorts should one find themselves in the cross-hairs of a Christian who makes claims similar to the one the author covers
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Remedial Atheism 7 Sep 2012
By Poets Logic - Published on Amazon.com
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In the introduction to this book the author encourages people to carry a copy of the Treaty of Tripoli so that when someone claims that America is a 'Christian nation' you can show them the actual document and have the experience of watching the face of "somebody whose fundamental beliefs just got shattered." Clearly the treaty presents a bit of a problem for such an argument, but hardly insurmountable and certainly not 'shattering.'

The problem I have with most arguments on the existence of God (or a god) is that both sides are looking for that 'gotcha' argument that will settle things once and for all. Such questions, and their attending answers, only obfuscate the deeper more meaningful questions. Serious thinkers will avoid such petty arguments and look for more meaningful questions, though you should be warned that most of those questions do not have glib answers. However, if you are looking for a short list of 'gotcha' arguments with which you can impress like minded people, this your book. Just don't expect these arguments to have the effect on thinking God-ists that the author asserts.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very interesting 20 Sep 2013
By MDALUV - Published on Amazon.com
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I found this book very informative. I always ask myself, how can a loving God allow so much misery in the world. Thousands can be killed and one lives and everybody is saying thank God. What about the other thousand?
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