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A book that will disturb the deeply religious,
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This review is from: The Grand Deception : Fallacies in Theology and Faith (Kindle Edition)
This is a brilliant book in which the author argues very logically and rationally the case for atheism. To quote from the author…” whatever you have seen in the universe as far as complexity is concerned does not imply a creator, for the non-sequitur nature of this argument is simply irrational”. The arguments put forward by religions' believers are systematically demolished by the author. Read it and be ‘enlightened’.
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Initial post: 6 Nov 2013 11:55:17 GMT
Last edited by the author on 6 Nov 2013 11:56:08 GMT
It does not surprise me that religious believers are disturbed by the author's take on the subject. As Marx said "religion is the opium of the people". Religion is based on blind faith and no rational discussion can ever be undertaken between atheists and those who are deeply entrenched in fables masquerading as reason.
In reply to an earlier post on 24 Feb 2014 18:07:02 GMT
What you say ejet is so true unfortunately. I have a "born again" Christian daughter and I suppose I am best described at the moment as a "spiritual agnostic". Communication about God/religion is impossible and even normal communication is difficult as everything in her life is seen in terms of God or Jesus' influence and I see things in a opposite way.
In reply to an earlier post on 11 Oct 2015 15:23:51 BDT
The Grand Deception : Fallacies in Theology and Faith
Indeed it is difficult to have an intelligent debate with anyone smitten with the religious bug. I was born to an evangelic mother and I have a neurotic Christian wife. I once worked where there were a lot of fanatical Jesus believers on the staff.
so i am inured to living and working among such tragic individuals.
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