An eye opener for Christian apologists and the submissive masses. Necessary in every way.
Would have preferred Sam Harris as reader but performance was acceptable. Simply difficult to rise to the level of passion as the writer behind the words.
This was extremely eye opening and very beautiful. It filled me with a sense of purpose and responsibility. I intend to share it with as many people as I can in the hopes it will enlighten them as well if they allow it.
some of the terms I had to look up because they were beyond my vocabulary. The narrator can sound a bit angry at times but I wouldn't call it aggressive or hateful. overall a must listen to for anyone with an open mind. Especially Americans since our culture is so infected with Christianity.
the people who mr. harris most needs to reach are, sadly, least likley to understand.
Enjoyed the book as with most of Mr Harris' writings. His style is to the point and without apology. He opens an opportunity to question and dialogue about ones personal beliefs and exposes religious views to reasonable doubt and skepticism.
As usual, Sam Harris has hit another home run.
His books have helped me to accept my life long flirtation with the idea that there is no god. Now I feel freed and empowered instead of intimidated and scared.
Brilliant hour-long breakdown of the harms that we suffer at the hands of of the pious.
Amazing piece of work. I love the mental clarity, honesty, and directness in communicating a message about how religion has done more damage than good to humanity. I highly recommend this book as "must read" in every household that wants humanity to progress in a civil and rational way.