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My doubts took root in the suffering and traumas of life I witnessed, tried to address, and in my own psychological dysfunctions. I left the ministry in 1987, but it took me another 9 years before i rejected all my religious beliefs and the existence of 'God'.
I have a constant interested in reading and learning about the big questions of life - of science, philosophy and belief systems. I am sickened by violence and sexism evident across the world today and often encouraged by religious fanatics. I regret that it took me so many years to embrace atheism.
I have found so much help and support in Armin Navabi's book, "Why There Is No God". His explanations have reinforced my own convictions and given me some new insights to apply to my own life. I have especially appreciated the links to books, articles and internet web pages that are found in the pages of this book. "Why There Is No God" has launched me into new territory to explore.
As an adult I have been reading a few books on atheism after quite a few years of studying a few of the main religions just to try and get a better understanding of everyone’s ideas on their beliefs.
What I enjoyed about this book was how easy it was to read and how it stayed on topic for each chapter. It also limited the times I needed to grab my thesaurus like I do when reading Richard Dawkins.
The book did not convince me that there is no God. But it did point out a lot of reasons to question his/her/its existence. I look forward to reading more by this author and many others in my quest. Do not be afraid of this book. It may help you come up with your own answers or even some new questions of your own.