The in-depth breakdown of each of the tenants of peoples beliefe of religion.
Some of the condescending attitude that comes off in some of the ways in which he'd address topics of belief.
That was the best title, certainly explains the tone for which the 'believers' are given throughout the book. I am an atheist myself and thought it a bit silly how goofy/disrespectful he makes out peoples beliefs at certain parts. However it's a long book and not filled with negative talk, just some of the points that stick out in my book. The book itself is very civil.
Just a silly quick book I picked up on here. I don't know what else to say.
The scientific data that he backed up some of his claims with, some of which was biological science, but most was behavioral.
Not very impressed, there are gaps to his whole speil. I guess it's hard to get behind this as being the "only way to be" kinda mantra that he seems to convey throughout the book without wondering when is he going to address the silly question like "what about all the brilliant people who do little to no physically excercise on a regular basis yet enjoy emotional fullfilment as well as maintain high IQ's." My go to thoughts kept bringing me back to Stephen Hawkings.
Nothing, was good.
Good time, a bit long winded for some topics or some sub-topics more like.
Knew where it was going and the entire book is based around a conclusion or suggestions of how to move forward.
Kitchen Confidential by Anthony Bourdain because of the frankness about both the situation, and probably cause I had just listened to that as well right after.
The first 3 chapters
The last chapter
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