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Over a hundred years since his death and his words are still powerful and relevant.Published 11 months ago by Michel Stango
Well here is a guy who puts it out there for someone to think hard about. Some stuff is suprising but a good book to explain the problems of Moses.Published 11 months ago by Richardm
If you're like me and need a hard cover of every book you buy, this will fit the bill. However, the choice of font is pretty bad and puts a strain on my eyes.Published 15 months ago by Dean Tersigni
Very insightful. This is truly one of the hidden treasures that you happen to stumble upon. This gem holds a strength in its words and if your open the ability to change your life.Published 18 months ago by Jeff Whitfield
"For many years I have regarded the Pentateuch simply as a record of a barbarous people, in which are found a great number of the ceremonies of savagery, many absurd and unjust... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Pax Romana
Highlights literal biblical inconsistencies from atheist viewpoint -- arguing points if drawn into debate by persistent biblical literalists. Not a centerpiece of philosophy.Published 21 months ago by Tim Foster
Reading Robert Ingersoll always leaves one amazed that he is not known as one of the greatest writers of his century. Read morePublished on October 25, 2013 by Michael
For those with an interest in Ingersoll and free thinking in US history, this is a great read. But I must mention that it's important to keep in mind that it is 134 years old (in... Read morePublished on September 13, 2013 by CP1