Nanda wrote:I just finished a pretty interesting book called Like Rolling Uphill: Realizing the Honesty of Atheism by Dianna Narciso. It's rare to find a personal account like this from an average person (ie, someone who is not necessarily a professional or an intellectual) in regards to atheism, and for that reason, I liked it very much.
yeahduff wrote:Good to know there's stuff out there like that to counter such bullshit as "The God Delusion."
yeahduff wrote:I'm currently reading Jimmy Corrigan, the Smartest Kid On Earth by Chris Ware.
Nanda wrote:yeahduff wrote:Good to know there's stuff out there like that to counter such bullshit as "The God Delusion."
I really don't care for Dawkins. He seems too full of himself. Though as an atheist, I have to agree with his basic principles; just not the way he goes about toting them.
Nanda wrote:yeahduff wrote:I'm currently reading Jimmy Corrigan, the Smartest Kid On Earth by Chris Ware.
That one made me cry. But then, honestly, it doesn't take all that much these days.
yeahduff wrote:It's the arrogance I find offensive. I forget if it was him or that other guy who said that tolerance of religion was a bad thing, which basically puts him up there as the Pat Robertson of atheism.
yeahduff wrote:I just finished In the Penal Colony by Kafka. This guy's fucking amazing. The special blend of doom and madness makes for delightful reading for the commute to work. I think I need an apparatus.
yeahduff wrote:Is "I Think I Need an Apparatus" a hardcore band, or proggish anti-rock?
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