DECONVERTED A JOURNEY FROM RELIGION TO REASON PDF
Deconverted: A Journey from Religion to Reason is a well-written autobiography told with humor and heart by an “average” person. It is the story lived by many. Listen to a free sample or buy Deconverted: A Journey from Religion to Reason ( Unabridged) by Seth Andrews on iTunes on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch. In DEconverted: a journey from religion to reason, author Seth Andrews describes his journey from Christian to atheist. Born the son of.
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Seth Andrews is an American author and speaker on the subject of atheism.
The Logic of Miracles — Part 4: Seth is a positive person with a great sense of humor and is an excellent communicator and story teller. I listened to it in audio format; Seth narrated it himself, which made the version all the better.
Deconverted: A Journey from Religion to Reason
While not the same in details, my own life mirrors in general the same steps that Seth passed through in shaking off the uselessness of faith and religion in order to embrace reasoning, science and reality. Open Preview See a Problem?
His straightf My background and Seth’s are similar. You can find TTA at the web site www.
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February Book Review: DEconverted: a journey from religion to reason by Seth Andrews
Dec 16, Christina rated it liked it Shelves: All that said, I really enjoyed this book; and though I feel like I’m not the target audience, I’m okay with that. Being a historian rather than a scientist, I admit that I found Dawkins to be somewhat dry in places. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email.
He researched and read the ancient texts of Siddattha Gotama and learned that the way the Buddha taught was unlike the religion Buddhism had evolved into. Jan 02, Jenny Hayworth rated it it was amazing.
He explains some of the fallacious thinking exhibited by Christians as well as some of the discrepancies or contradictions in the bible, and as a result, comes to the conclusion that both reason and faith in the Christian god cannot be reconciled. This a truly inspirational book for someone trying to free themselves from the shackles of religion.
The only way bad things religin happen is if we were all puppets on God’s string. I will admit, out of the three books this was the one I was most looking forward to reading. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Jan 15, Doris rated it it was amazing Shelves: Here are a few to ponder: I’m not denying that his personal realizations aren’t profound and extremely courageous– many kudos to him for religon so honest and creating a forum for non-believers to feel less alienated.
He calls them an expression of consensual ethics. I hope Seth writes another book just like this one, but detailing his life since the Thinking Atheist was born because I really got a kick out of seeing this larger than life radio persona try his hand at penning a memoir. Atheist has a negative connotation, but sometimes gets the better “shock” response from believers. A privilege joueney read.
February Book Review: DEconverted: a journey from religion to reason by Seth Andrews |
His straightforward, humorous manner and radio-quality voice only improve the book. Basically what I’m saying is, the book is too short and seemed as if it was missing out on some extra depth.
I do not bother to cover my true colors in Norway, there’s no point, I harm no one. I am astonished at what Seth accomplished.
But when it comes to the single biggest question in the book- why does God allow bad things to happen-the answer is simple. He’s mentioned in the past that his book would delve more into his days in Christian radio and such, and I wasn’t disappointed.
With Seth being from Oklahoma, coming out joureny an atheist is quite a big deal there. All of these were the little things that planted the seeds of doubt and re,igion Andrews to seriously consider the role religion played in his life and in society as a whole.
Seth opened up a new world for me. Skepticism about Religion — Part 5: I’d kourney a latent, non-participating Christian for years. A Journey from Religion to Reason is a deeconverted semi-autobiography by Seth Andrews told with passion and pathos of his life-changing move from theism to religon.
Will be recommending this to many as a way to explain to them my own ‘journey’. Live life with a sense of joy and wonder.