"The Demon-haunted World" by Carl Sagan
crazylegsmurphy wrote:"The Demon-haunted World" by Carl Sagan
I JUST ordered that off Amazon...like seriously 3 minutes ago. That and "Trick or Treatment".
crazylegsmurphy wrote:It's cheap enough that I don't understand why anyone wondering what it's about (or uses it in conversation, but hasn't read it....DT), wouldn't pick up a copy.
spongebob wrote:I like How we Believe, by Shermer.
The myth and reputation associated with Dawkins and his little book make it potential dynamite to be seen holding if you're a Christian, I suspect. Not all Christians, obviously. But even for myself, an atheist - it's still too soon for me to turn up at home with a book called The God Delusion, it would be too much for my believing wife at this point. In fact that's the main reason I haven't read it yet.
really want my convictions to be my own, without any back-up so to speak. That is not to say that I knock anyone else for having a book or three of four that works for them, not at all.
crazylegsmurphy wrote:I don't understand. How do you explore other ideas ? How do you conclude you know how things are if you don't explore the world? Do you not posess critical thinking skills?
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