@skepticalDustin | Member Since 2013
I always enjoy when an author reads they're own book, you feel like the words are getting the proper emphasis, that may be missed by another. The beginning of this story reminds me much of my own, though I do not publicly debate, and have yet to find or create an organization that may benefit from my specific skill set to benefit skepticism and disillusionment with religions.
Drummer to Debater - Finding reality through submersion in woo.
David did a great job with the material, and his enthusiasm was evident in the reading.
The great American Con job, "I can totally translate some reformed Egyptian."
If you ever wondered about the Mormons, the habits and origins, this book has you covered. Their is so much information here, I suggest multiple listens.
I finished this in a day and a half, if my boss wasn't so adamant about me doing my job I would have finished on the first day.
The author does a great job expressing the frustration of dealing with a magical thinking world, while respecting those still caught in it's vortex of immoral non-consistent and out-right harmful doctrine and dogma.
This well-written informative work uses the sources Christians accept to invalidate the sources Christians accept. I want everyone who was ever in the church to listen to this, with their logic glasses on.
What day was the Jesus crucified? The writer that made it into the modern biblical canon can't agree. Also why didn't anyone else see a mob of Jewish zombies?
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