How To Cure Religion (With No Adverse Side Effects)
de Jack Kolinski
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Características y detalles
- Categoría Fe y religión
- Fecha de publicación nov. 19, 2010
- Etiquetas old testament, new testament, self help, mental disorders, pop culture, new atheism, atheism, agnosticism, bible, religion, satire, humor, criticism, philosophy, science, myth, superstition, Jesus, diseases, culture, fundamentalism, christianity, catholicism, critique, freethinkers
The best way to learn "who I am" is to read my self-published memoir, Baker's Dozen. "TMI!" I agree. Short of that I am a retired civil trial attorney; the seventh of thirteen children raised in a "good Catholic" family; a proud husband and father of four beautiful daughters, six gorgeous grandchildren (with number seven on the way as this is being written); author of The Bible (According to Jack) Part I The Old Testament and Part II The New Testament, sincere, humorous and long overdue re-writes of the bible (see excerpts at biblejack.com); and a dedicated atheist who refuses to accept another hundred years of superstition and ignorance masquerading as religion and "faith." How To Cure Religion (With No Adverse Side Effects) is my gift to humanity, my effort to "pay forward" all of the goodness, love, education and knowledge bestowed on me by my parents, siblings, friends, daughters and freethinkers dating back to Epicurus and extending through Robert Ingersoll and Carl Sagan. Enjoy!