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All God Worshippers Are Mad: a little book of sanity Paperback – 23 Jul 2014
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In the second half of the book the argument moves steadily into what I suspect was probably the author's reason for writing the book, namely the danger of Islamism or Islamofascism or Islamic fascism, call it what you will, that confronts the world today. The best section of the book comes toward the end when twenty reasons are given for recognising the fascistic character of Islamism. I thought the approach of a twenty point checklist comparing Islamism with Nazism was a compelling way of getting the argument across. Personally, I thought this section was worth the price of the book by itself, since it is a fairly short book and doesn't cost much. I found the whole thing thought-provoking and if you agree with the basic argument, as I found that I did, then by the end our prospects for the future look quite intimidating.
Don't let that offend you too much of you are a believer, but you should really look into what it is you say you believe and decide then if its rational. I especially loved the first chapter on God which shows that the whole concept in unimaginable and therefor impossible and destroys the believers usual defense of hiding behind vague language.
Well recommended for anyone though i'm sure it will be more widely read by atheists and agnostics, still i guarantee a good laugh and a clear picture of what it is religious people believe.
From here on the book degenerates into a rightwing rant against feminism, immigration, political correctness etc etc. And Islam is abhorred on political terms and compared to fascism. The author never does this withh cristianity, which shows he is a particular type of fundamentalist...
The reasoning is thought out and straightforward. I can't really see much wrong with the author's thought processes. I don't agree with everything he says, but it is a good read.
An earlier reviewer criticised what he saw as the book turning into a denouncement of Islam. Yes, towards the end it does. But I don't see this as a bad thing. The more that people speak up against things that they don't like, the better.
You aren't "allowed" to say anything against Islam, it seems. I don't agree.
Using simple logic, the book analyses many aspects of religion to reveal many inconsistencies in holy text and human practices. The author writes in an insistent and direct manner pulling no punches that might offend sensitive people. Thoroughly recommended!
read it and stand tall for rationalism, or we are all doomed.