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on April 1, 2009
Dan Barker's "Godless" is a excellent book about a former Evangelical Preacher who became a atheist and why. During the years of migration, Dan tells how he went through intense inner conflict and knew something was wrong. A inner voice--the voice of reason was calling. The book covers many important areas that raise alot of questions---evil in the world, needless suffering by humans, Bible contradictons and immoral acts the Bible supports, did Jesus exist and did he really rise from the dead to name a few. Dan Barker was a very dedicated preacher who loved his earlier life. While reading this book, you can sense his sincerity and the fact he believes he made the right choice for his life. Every theist should read this book with a open-mind and ask themselves if maybe they should make some changes in their own lives.
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