Question 33

Question: Do you read many books? If so what are you currently reading / read most recently? –sidfaiwu

Answer: Unfortunately I don’t have much time to read books and when I did I usually read non-fiction books about war. But recently my wife just bought me a copy of The God Delusion by Dawkins. Once I finish it up I’ll post a review for everyone :) As a matter of fact, one of the things this site is missing is a good collection of religious textbooks and movies to guide people in their search for knowledge. I know that many of you could recommend, or not recommend for that matter, a book or movie that really touched you. Hopefully I can find the time to set up a "Required Reading & Viewing" section to fill this void.

Sorry for the cheap answer sidfaiwu, but thank you for making me realize that I need to start reading more :)


8 Responses to “Question 33”

  1. sidfaiwu says:

    NP. If you are doing a book review/suggested reading section, I plan on reading The End of Faith, by Sam Harris soon. I’d be glad to help out.

  2. Andrew says:

    The book that pushed me most towards atheism is the Bible.

  3. thatoneguy says:

    God’s Debris by Scott Adams, the creator of dilbert, is a fiction book that is for the most part just a 150 page dialog between an old man who knows literally everything, and a young postal worker. He explains evolution, religion, and God among other things. Adams calls his book “a thought experiment”, he wants you to try to find the errors in the old man’s explination of reality. Some parts do get extremely complex, for me anyway, just a warning you head will spin. “Share the book with your smart friends, then discuss if later while enjoying a beverage.” to quote the back of the book.

    Then there’s the sequel “The Religion War” which is a fiction adventure story involving the old man trying to stop the impending doom the two religious groups will cause.

  4. Alcari says:

    scott adams writes real books? I mean other then the ‘management’ books? *goes to amazon*

    “”The book that pushed me most towards atheism is the Bible.”"
    Only for those who have a LOT of force of will and spare time. wow, that is one boring book, if my school hadn’t forced me to read it cover to cover, I’d have given up after genesis.

  5. Scott says:

    I recently read Letter to a Christian Nation. Angry book, very angry, but not bad. He makes some very valid points, some of which get lost in the snark. No doubt many of your readers would appreciate it and I do think that more Christians should read it than probably will.

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