The title of Penn Jillette's is misleading in that one expects a humorous polemic on the adsurdity of religious belief, but instead we wind up with an autobiographical rant, at times somewhat angry, that covers a lot of territory including `political beliefs, and his views of others in the entertainment industry. He narrates the audio book himself in his stentorian high-volume style.
I like penn and many of his shows and documentaries, but I would not recommend this to someone I was trying to make any point with regarding religious fallacy. In that context, the language and sexual content are vulgar, and, if anything, would make the believer substantiate his own belief even more.
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