Seth's voice keeps you interested. He know exactly how to keep an audience interested.
His voice, his excitement, his passion.
Anyone expensing doubts about their religion should listen to this. I never experienced hard core indoctrination and of the indoctrination I have, I have only done so at the hands of my grand and grand grand parents. I had become an atheist long before my 18th birthday this was long before Mr Dawkins, The God Delusion. I found this look at an early life of of someone in a strongly religious family and the De-conversion is truly FASCINATING.
On the over note Seth um can you narrate some over books ........ please?
Seth has a gift. He is a wonder narrator and brings an engaging, interesting, thought provoking audio book for the world to read. This book, although only four ish hours long, (I didn't want it to end).. is very informative and perfectly balanced, easy to listen too, and brings to light how The Thinking Atheist came to be. Religious people take heed: The internet is the new god. Your beliefs are eventually too fade, and science will, eventually, take over as the truth that it is. Seth Andrews is going to help change the world.
Do you believe? Did you believe? Do you have questions? This book is a firecracker in the middle of a sleeping flock, a shot in the arm of 'new' atheism. Accessible and comprehensive, entertaining and informative, fun and sincere, Seth's book yells 'Wake up and smell the cheese people'.
The litany of bible atrocities.
A lot of laughs, facepalms, sighs and 'amen's!
Can you 'read' this, comprehend it, study its references and still believe?
The story of Seth Andrews' deconversion from Christianity is both compelling in its honesty and lovingly sensitive to those who find comfort in their faith. The author recounts his tale with self depicting humor. He is incredibly open and genuine about his experience. Andrews is a brilliant story teller. He reads his story with personal appeal to his listeners, employing all the skills from his seasoned radio career.
For someone to share such a personal sorry is amazing in and of itself, but for it to be so entertaining and so relatable and so moving is even more impressive. Even if you are a believer wondering how people end up on the other side this is a fantastic book for you. If you are a non believer looking for someone to relate to then you will be right at home.
If the author can remove his blinkers, so can the rest of us. I am curious about those "born again" Christians and the Muslims, of which this book scarcely mentioned.