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I read this book expecting to be entertained (and I count myself among the Confusionists) and I was very entertained.
Anyone interesting in learning of the worlds many cultures and beliefs will find Man Seeks God a truly delightful reading encounter.
Well, if Confusionists live in Confusionville; stop by my house any time for a glass of single malt and shake hands with the mayor!
Author is neurotic, negative, whiny, depressed. I ended up skimming this book, but REALLY liked his other book, The Geography of Happiness! I want to go to Iceland!Published 1 month ago by Kendra Holliday
You gotta' applaud the guts and sheer stamina it took for Eric to particpant/observe these soul expressions and phenomenon. Read morePublished 1 month ago by d.g. spillman
This book had its moments but overall it wasn't for me. I think if I was better versed in religion I would have enjoyed it more.Published 4 months ago by Wmgrar
I really enjoy Eric Weiner's books. He is interesting, informative, and has an adorable sarcastic sense of humor. Always a very entertaining read!Published 4 months ago by Joan Brenner
Fro those who have a sense of humor and are or are not "believers" in any religion, this is a tongue-in-cheek book is a hoot.Published 7 months ago by Robert D. Brown
I loved Eric's earlier book "The Geography of Bliss".
I found this book also to be very funny and insightful. Read more
This book is written by one of the most completely and helplessly self-absorbed people I have ever met. Read morePublished 8 months ago by E. Smith
Well worth a read. Eric Weiner somehow brings an actual opinion (along with his usual wit) to religion in a way that is refreshing, honest, and yet unoffensive and openminded.Published 9 months ago by awg
I was hoping for a bit more of an educational tome but I got a book about travel. Mr. Weiner tells a good story and kept me entertained, but there was no substance to the story... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Ben Dora