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Both men talk about serious matters so articulately while making us laugh hard at the same time.
Finally, Eric Weiner challenges us to distinguish between good and bad religion as we already distinguish between good and bad science and good and bad food.
I read this book expecting to be entertained (and I count myself among the Confusionists) and I was very entertained.
This seemed a little...dishonest. The author seemed to select only the fringes of faiths to explore. For an example look at his exploration of Christianity. Read morePublished 1 month ago by James B
The book arrived in excellent condition and on time. Weiner's journey into exploration of different faith groups in interesting and informative. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sally W.
Mr. Weiner asked many of the same questions I have - I love his open-minded approach to a serious subject and his sense of humor.Published 1 month ago by Nanette
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 3 months 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 3 months 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 6 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 6 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 9 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