New York Reviews
Harris is right - it's strange we need a label for not believing in a Christian god. Aetheist sounds so weird! When all we are doing is being "normal." Which means "who the f- knows"??? But let's look at the facts! Whereas the zealots and even not the zealots are throwing us into their fantasy realm that is now impinging on everyone's rights.
Yes. Nothing like getting to the point.
All of it.
Excellent reader, would like to see the book read by Sam Harris himself.
Letter to a Christian Nation
Would love to see more like this by Sam
Sam Harris brilliantly delivers the best argument against religion I've ever come accross. This essay is beautifully written & well-crafted. Clear, concise & to the point.
Absolutely loved it. Harris tactfully hammers home the arguments against religion while still being courteous and respectful, all be it with a sharp tongue at times.
Love to walk and listen. Commute and listen. I typically enjoy well developed characters mixed with a good mystery.
As a person who was raised in the Christian faith I've always from an early age asked questions about what I was being taught. My questions were simple, but no one could answer. As an adult, the questions didn't go away they just became more intense. At some point I decided to stop asking and to just start exploring on my own, outside of what was taught to me.
More and more I realize that it's not about whether I believe or not, it's more about wanting to align myself with groups that don't seem to be truly motivated by the basic tenants of life.
This book, does a good job of addressing common sense topics if you are ready to be open minded about what mostly is just plan ole obvious.
This "letter" kept my interest. It was well organized, written, informative and narrated. The author makes his points clearly and often references specific examples to help support and explain his points. Helpful and interesting while keeping my attention throughout.
If you are going on a shirt road trip or have a couple hours ahead of you on a flight, get this book. The narrator is clear and concise, and the content is brief but rich with evidence and inquiry potent enough to challenge the faith of the most devout believer and the way they view religion in the paradigm of Western culture.
listen to this. its 100% accurate. a point of view most would be too nervous to espouse.
sam harris is a brilliant wordsmith and conveys his views with very entertaining delivery. A+
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.