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Honest stories from decent people,
This review is from: Atheist Voices of Minnesota: an Anthology of Personal Stories (Paperback)
The word "atheist" carries such negative feelings with it that it can seem impossible to imagine a day when those of us with no religious belief will be able to openly speak of it without worrying about the reaction. So we must be brave enough to speak now, opening peoples' minds to the idea that maybe we aren't evil after all. This collection's strength is that it is comprised of the personal stories of honest, decent, thoughtful people. I found it to be clearly written and structured, touching, and often funny. This is definitely the sort of book that should be shared among non-believers, people of faith, and people on the fence.
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Initial post: Oct 2, 2015 7:56:07 PM PDT
John D. Swallow says:
This review shows that David A. Orr didn't do much research if he can see his way clear on saying that Greg Laden is honest, decent & thoughtful. It takes only a minimum of looking to find that he is everything but honest, decent and thoughtful, as his irrelevant blog demonstrates. He is a lying vindictive piece of scat who destroys any pretense of goodness with his every utterance.
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