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In this book, Casper Rigsby addresses the doctrine of Christianity known as the Bible, and dives head long into the insanity within that text. The book will introduce the non-Christian to some of the most irrational and illogical ideas within the Christian doctrine and will remind the progressive or moderate Christian of just how insane the Bible is.

It will also present the notion that by wearing the label of Christian, they are signing a metaphorical terms of service agreement that says that they agree with all the insanity presented there by proxy, and will hopefully leave the listener questioning why anyone would believe any of this nonsense.

Lastly, this title will ask the listener to take off the blinders of faith, even if only for a minute, and take an objective look at the insanity within the Bible.

©2015 Casper Rigsby (P)2015 Jason Rigsby

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Couldn't stop...

Normally when I listen to audiobooks I listen for just 15 to 60 minutes at a time. Once I got started with this book I couldn't stop I listened to the whole thing in the first day. It is plainly written and without the arrogance that you might sense from Dawkins. Another thing that was attractive was the way the arguments were made - Point/counterpoint style. In short I do not think you will be disappointed this is definitely a good listen.

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Full of factual info...

I don't agree with everything Casper Rigsby believes, but the man points out facts that cannot be refuted.. I, myself, have come to a place where I realize the Christian belief system is full of holes that make no sense what so ever, and books like this help me to understand, I'm not alone (although it feels that way much of the time).. If you question what Christianity teaches, this is a great book to get some very factual answers..

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Awesome book. Glad I bought it.

Looking forward to hearing more by this author. I find him knnowledgable and entertaining. I like the sound of his voice and writing style.

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  • Steve N.
  • Pembroke Pines, FL, US
  • 11-02-17

Entertaining and insightful

....the more I listened, the more I learned.
I LOVED THIS BOOK! I highly recommend it.

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The narrator was terrible.

Would you listen to Holy Sh!t - The Insanity of Blind Faith: Volume One, Christianity again? Why?

I think I will read it. The narrator Paul Sating was the worst ever.

Who was your favorite character and why?

GOD

Would you listen to another book narrated by Paul Sating?

NEVER

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

The content was very good and supported my belief about religions

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A sermon not a book

He spends all the time reading chapter upon chapter in the Bible and then spends a few second stating the obvious about why he doesn't agree. Not education or easy to listen too!

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