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"I'm indeed pleased that Jeffrey Mark and I agree so closely on the riveting issues he courageously dissects in this splendid book, because his impeccable logic is, in my view, irrefutable. This book is a delight to read -- both in terms of Jeff's obvious talents as a writer, and in his smooth organization of complex material which, in lesser hands, would not have been so systemically argued and easy to understand. This unique and outstanding book is destined to become iconic in the freethought community." -- David Mills, Author of "Atheist Universe"
This is a book for atheists and Christians alike.
In this book Jeffrey Mark meticulously breaks down Christianity and debunks it, showing in detail why it's a complete fraud, offering help for atheists in dealing with Christians, and while offering help and guidance for people who are struggling, trying to break free from their religion. It's not easy letting go of something that was so ingrained in our heads for so long, especially when there's a fear factor (the threat of Hell) involved. People need help letting go. It's not easy, and it's scary. This book can help.
This book is a challenge for Christians to read. Having one's philosophies turned upside down can only help reinforce one's faith... or cause them to lose it altogether. A strong Christian will certainly want to read this book as a challenge to his or her faith and see if it helps them grow or let go altogether.
For any who are negative in regard to religion, this book may lean you toward having a religious awakening. Too much in terms of negativity.Published 20 months ago by Amazon Customer
Four stars for most of his arguments, and for tracing the ancient mythology that inspired the myths in the Bible. Read morePublished on June 11, 2013 by Mattapult
Author Jeffrey Mark wrote in the first chapter of this 2008 book, "Long ago I had decided to write this book, but at the time, I was only upset with Christianity, and wasn't ready. Read morePublished on March 28, 2013 by Steven H Propp
In my opinion, with books like this, I realize how much depends on where you come from. I personally don't like this book - although I understand why these things happen. Read morePublished on February 16, 2013 by jcmmanuel
"Christian No More" is unique among books written to challenge the faith. Over the years I have read many books arguing in favor of (and against) Christianity. Read morePublished on May 5, 2012 by Thomas Edward
Although I am an ex-Christian nonbeliever, as is the author, I cannot recommend this book. This book's style is not urbane; its style is crude. Read morePublished on November 16, 2011 by Barry Rucker
I really wanted to like this book but I don't--It should have tipped me off when I found 3 grammatical errors in the first 40 pages. Read morePublished on November 3, 2011 by Bethany P. Deck
The problems I perceive with this book have more to do with my Master's in English than anything else. Read morePublished on January 26, 2011 by wisiti
"Christian No More" caught my attention, owing to the extravagant claims on the cover. The claims of the author to have "debunked" Christianity is not only not achieved... Read morePublished on November 23, 2010 by Bruce Bain