The presentation was perfect, in other words, the lesson plan was very well thought out and executed perfectly. Great top down approach that kept a linear path through and made sure you kept up along the way with small reminders pasted in here and there. I was able to retain a lot more than usual because of the effective teaching style of hinting at something to motivate, elaborating on the details then systematic reminders.
I loved the use of historical data to speculate on daily life or personalities.
He talks to you like he really LOVES Kmt (Egypt for the unlearned ;P) and does so in a very friendly way.
This Audiobook touched me and left me a little misty when the instructor signed off. I didn't want it to end.
Probably not. This is the foundation Sam set down for future discussions. He came out guns blazing with this compelling, no-holds-barred criticism of irrationality. He has since turned his blunt attack into a irrefutable precision scalpel of truth.
I enjoyed this as much as "Disproving Christianity" for its point by point assessments and knock out arguments.
This Audio book moves fast and leaves you wanting more.
This book is a Rosetta stone to today's world. Once you understand the way human tribalism and credulity contribute to the worlds political and social climate, everything tends to make a lot more sense.
I was quite impressed. David has assembled a huge stockpile of Biblical logical fallacies and contradictions. While it seems that the one knock down argument that cannot be ignored or poorly rationalized, continues to elude Atheist arguments, this audio book comes as close as possible to a logically irrefutable argument.
Lots of bang for the buck. Edited down and distilled to "point after point" with no filler. Any theologian who listens to this barrage of rational assaults may become rightly infuriated or frustrated after being forced to view their juggling of so many irrational ideas from the outside.
Motivation, Malala really puts you in her shoes and the injustices she faces become your own or those of your child.
In the Epilogue and Prologue, Malala points out a lot of the things that we take for granted in the western world. It's a wake up call to all of those living a privileged life. I don't mean money, but freedom from murderous fascism. Any American who complains about their life or government needs to get some perspective. (First world problems...) We are all brothers and sisters and arbitrary borders are meaningless.
Malala reuniting with her family in the Birmingham Hospital.
This needs to be a global block buster movie for the masses.
Malala Yousafzai's story has the potential to help advance a stone age religion to a modern compassionate and tolerant theology that many wish it to be. Malala shows us that women's rights are the keystone to a communities progress.
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