The God Delusion

The God Delusion

For sane people who know

  • The insight that lives in this Good Book, goes beyond ones religion. If you really want guidlines for character building, theres no better book to read. No better look into man as he seeks his Higher Self

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  • Albeit a slightly corny titles book, Jesus for President tackles a fundamental debate in (all) religion, how does it affect politics. Should it? Shane Claiborne and Chris Haw, they think they've got the answer.

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  • here" title="Controversial, well-researched and well-written intriguing, captivating book about issues relating to religion and human rights that affect us today, just as they affected us thousands of years ago. Every religious and non-religious person should read this book. The author uses historical facts and twists them with fiction. The main character in the book, young Athina, finds herself chosen, probably against her will, to be a role model, the type that would be the envy of many fictional heroines and real girls. I found the age range of the characters to be very important, from very young girls to very, very old women (and men). It was very satisfying how the author, even though the period of the book is ancient Greece, made the book easy to read by using ordinary situations like girls learning from family members who are teachers or potters, competing with one another, participating in great debates affecting not only Greece and Rome, but also the rest of the world, and other situations familiar to us today to make very grand points about human rights, wo mens' religious and non-religious issues. It was very fitting that the Olympics was used as the background for this book. It allowed the author to display how female power was taken over by men, and it allowed me to see what the girls and women chose to do about it. The old belief that Zeus founded the games was disputed by these women, who insisted that Hera was the founder. Just this week on the game show Jeopardy, one of the categories had an answer that stated that Zeus was the founder of the Olympics. This was what the women in the book disputed and inspired them to make all the earth-shattering changes that they did. Because the book is one of a series, I can't wait to find out what will happen to that Roman Emperor who seems to have been lured by the women to invade Greece, now that they have him under their control. The intellectual (and physical) battles for truth in this book make it a must-read. Before I read the book, I found great excerpts from it here">Controversial, well-researched and well-written intriguing, captivating book about issues relating to religion and human rights that affect us today, just as they affected us thousands of years ago. Every religious and non-religio... Controversial, well-researched and well-written intriguing, captivating book about issues relating to religion and human rights that affect us today, just as they affected us thousands of years ago. Every religious and non-religious person should read this book. The author uses historical facts and twists them with fiction. The main character in the book, young Athina, finds herself chosen, probably against her will, to be a role model, the type that would be the envy of many fictional heroines and real girls. I found the age range of the characters to be very important, from very young girls to very, very old women (and men). It was very satisfying how the author, even though the period of the book is ancient Greece, made the book easy to read by using ordinary situations like girls learning from family members who are teachers or potters, competing with one another, participating in great debates affecting not only Greece and Rome, but also the rest of the world, and other situations familiar to us today to make very grand points about human rights, wo mens' religious and non-religious issues. It was very fitting that the Olympics was used as the background for this book. It allowed the author to display how female power was taken over by men, and it allowed me to see what the girls and women chose to do about it. The old belief that Zeus founded the games was disputed by these women, who insisted that Hera was the founder. Just this week on the game show Jeopardy, one of the categories had an answer that stated that Zeus was the founder of the Olympics. This was what the women in the book disputed and inspired them to make all the earth-shattering changes that they did. Because the book is one of a series, I can't wait to find out what will happen to that Roman Emperor who seems to have been lured by the women to invade Greece, now that they have him under their control. The intellectual (and physical) battles for truth in this book make it a must-read. Before I read the book, I found great excerpts from it here

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  • Who says you should be happy with the religion (or non-religion) you were born into? Use this guide to see just what each religion offers, and choose from a bevvy of inspiring and motivating religions to live by.

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  • I recommend this book for anyone who thinks Science and Theology can't share the same plate. A look into one of the greatest minds in Physics and his personal conception of a higher power.

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  • Daniel Dennett's book, Darwin's Dangerous Idea is a brilliantly written book about not just evolution, but the social implications of naturalism, science and evolution. Dennett's a brilliant and evocative philosopher, a witty... Daniel Dennett's book, Darwin's Dangerous Idea is a brilliantly written book about not just evolution, but the social implications of naturalism, science and evolution. Dennett's a brilliant and evocative philosopher, a witty public speaker and an apologist for reason and rationality. This book is a must read... absolutely.

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