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Beginner's Guide to Blasphemy

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by Richard E. Wackrow
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Beginner's Guide to Blasphemy by Richard E. Wackrow

In America, one is expected to smile deferentially while listening to the nonsense parroted by the religious: that the Ten Commandments are the basis of morality, that all religious people mean well, and that you can't be good without God. One should not question the content, logic and instructions of the holy books. And so as not to offend the publicly pious, the nonreligious are expected join in prayer to someone else's imaginary friend. Well, no one has the right not to be offended - especially when his or her alleged moral code is itself offensive. It is the duty of the nonreligious to confront theobabble head-on. This book debunks religious malarkey one fantasy at a time: that a god created the universe and actively interacts with it; that Jesus walked and preached on this earth; that people of all religions can "coexist"; that atheists are inherently evil. This book further shows that those who follow the dictates of their faith most fervently pose the greatest menace to society.

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Size: 145 KB
Publisher: Lulu Publishing Services
Date published:   2016
ISBN: 9781483456874 (DRM-EPUB)

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