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This book is concise and is very easy to read it.
It will not only challenge your faith and your personal belief in the bible and Christianity in general, it will also quite possibly destroy it for you as well.
And if you are a Christian who wants some food for thought, read this with... both eyes open.
I did not realize this was an indictment of the Bible. But what a strong, virulent attack it is! Mr. Paine makes point after irrefutable point. It really makes you wonder. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Mary Glass
It's a recommended book for all who love knowledge and progress of mankind.Published 21 days ago by BEST GOODMAN
On reading Thomas Paine's "Age of Reason," which I greatly appreciated, I had an even deeper respect for the wonder and importance of the American experiment in governance... Read morePublished 23 days ago by plspom
I am ashamed to say I waited as
long as I did to read this piece of highly reasoned work of literary art. It must have been a stunner in 1794!
Perhaps Thomas should have used some "common sense" when approaching the Word of God. He must have forgotten that "All scripture is given by inspiration of God. Read morePublished 2 months ago by William Smalt
Paine really lays it out in this book and I really enjoyed it. Occasionally I would burst out laughing when I read it thinking of the day and age that Paine was in when he wrote... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Keith Stout
Thomas Paine’s Age of Reason
Thomas Paine was the impassioned voice of the American Revolution. Read more
Growing up with all the awful, droning, encyclopedic tripe that passes for American history, all I'd ever been exposed to regarding the founding fathers was a litany of famous... Read morePublished 5 months ago by R. Gonzalez
This book, (essay), is a perfect example of the mindset during the Age of Enlightenment. I would recommend this work to anyone. A wonderful read.Published 5 months ago by F. Porter