What impressed me about this book is that the authors made their points without putting religious believers down.
The authors' goals isn't to convince anyone of the merits of atheism, but that reasonable people can reject theistic claims and still be good, moral people.
I suppose that's why I feel free to love both this book, which advocates a softer tone, and the acerbic, sarcastic tone struck in some New Atheist works.
Really like the hypothetical ethics and morality scenario provided in the Appendices. Very clearly written and "reasonable" just as title claims.Published 2 months ago by Richard Rockwell
Atheists don't need to be confrontational, but they don't need to be wallflowers, either. Aikin provides guidance for how to relate to people of faith while respectfully pointing... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jim Grinstead
In this short but provocative book, the authors tell you up front that the aim of their book is not to persuade anyone of the truth of atheism (though they make it clear that they... Read morePublished on December 7, 2012 by Glenn Corey
Right off the bat, I was actually looking forward to what the authors had to say. I've read all the 'new atheist' books and thought that most of the book would be dedicated to an... Read morePublished on May 23, 2012 by Tim K