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Sense and Goodness Without God by Richard Carrier
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Sep 15, 08

bookshelves: atheism
Read in September, 2008

I'd rather give it 3.5 stars.
I skipped a bit and wish I skipped more.
The text reads like a textbook.
The best part in the entire book is the forward by the author.
This book attempts to be an all-inclusive read on every aspect of living a secular humanistic life--giving you the answer to every question which may be asked. This leads a very long, drawn out book. His "Defense of a Metaphysical Naturalism," defends all things defendable.
His material is good. He also does a great job of very accurately responding to questions. However, I think it would best used a reference guide rather than a sit down read cover-to-cover.
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Jackson Classic It seems to me like this book should be given as a manual for how to live.

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