10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Very good and well argued,
This review is from: All in the Mind: A Farewell to God (Paperback)
Although Ludovic Kennedy doesn't say anything new, this is still a very well written and interesting book. It is mainly composed of what others have to say about atheism and God but is still very well put together. The author does describe how he became more and more disenfranchised with the church and God and this was very interesting to read about. Being an atheist myself, there was some resonance there and it was intriguing to find my own thoughts written out on the page. The only reason I gave the book 4 rather than 5 stars is because I feel it could have been more in-depth and analytical. I would still recommend this very highly to those wishing to make a start on reading about atheism.
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Initial post: 15 Mar 2009, 12:27:16 GMT
Mr. Robert Slack says:
Is it possible to read about atheism? There is an infinity of non-existent "non-things" in which I do not believe. I don't even have a real word for them. Atheism is a "non-thing" for which there is a label. But what does it label? The only thing to read about is the label; 7 letters beginning with "A" and applied to the recognition of the non-thingness of religion.
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