This book would have been 100 times better if Penn would have stopped being such a wussy and admit that he is an agnostic and not an atheist. Of course it is easier to market a book with the word atheist than it is to market a book with the word agnostic, but that is the books weakest element. An agnostic doubts a god or a Satan. An atheist says there is no god or Satan. In his extremely weak excuses as to why he claims atheist and not agnostic you can't help but think of poor Schrödinger's cat. This is nothing more than a perfect explanation of what an agnostic is. Despite this glaring hole (I would say mistake but I am pretty sure Penn is smart enough to know better), this was a very enjoyable listen. Just while listening replace the word atheist with the word agnostic and it will make way more sense.
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