Harris' appeal to the Christian masses is both poignant and respectful. Without using straw men, he clearly articulates some of the major issues with religion and its effects on modern day life. Throughout his letter he remains appropriately considerate of his thoughts' potential shortcomings, which is a refreshing change from the arrogance of some other notable atheist scholars.
This is a very important work and is something everyone should listen to.
First: if you love 30 rock, you will love this book.
If you don't, you will probably like it anyways. Both the book itself and Tina's fantastic narration bring out her subtle humor exceptionally well.
I was surprised at how brutally honest many of her stories are, and some even offer interesting lessons to consider in one's own life. I think it was very brave for her to tell so many harrowing stories from her life, but I'm thankful she did so because it certainly made for a wonderful book.
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