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The Irrational Atheist by Vox Day
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Effectively refutes many of the facile claims made by people who like to feel superior by sneering at religion. Since the author's main concern is proving that HE is the superior one, however, it doesn't go much deeper than that. An amusing read, in a sociocultural football sort of way.
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abc goods its bad to judge.how do you know any of the writers who this book is about 'felt superior by sneering at religion'.and how do you know they are sneering.dont play victim by imagining others as bullies(sneering) and the critique of the writer is not just facile its distortion of reality.he claims to refute a belief buy bringing in unrelated mateer and a new genre of falice.he fails miserably to sepertae atheism from one's person.atheism is an aspect of character not entirity,though a part of it.without it the existence whould be another picture.but crimes are done by people who chose to do so and are encouraged by religions that sanction it.what he does is,as he cant deny their existence,nor recogine them as what they are what he does is deny that they are wrong.but if that were true rape and tax evasionh would not have been the problem they are.(for those who want futher explanation both these issues are related to the writer,just making a point.)good day


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