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God Hates You, Hate Him Back

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  • Posted October 13, 2010

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    Worth the Price of Admission

    Having read this book twice now cover to cover. I think the book definately makes the strong case GOD is a jerk. Now there is some profanity throughout the entire book, personally I find it charming and refreshing. But that aside, the book is completely dead on, tearing apart piece by piece the entire bible and stripping it down to it's bare components. As Isaac Asmiov once said, "Properly read, the Bible is the most potent force for atheism ever conceived", it's 100% true to its word. The sad thing is that most people will probably shutter at even being caught dead buying this book because of the title, but it is a good read, and FUNNY read as well. If you want something more "New Testament" the author does have his latest book "Jesus Lied He was only human, debunking the new testament" as a follow up.

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  • Posted July 5, 2010

    Yes, but use discretion

    His dissection of each book of the bible is concise and informative and does provide some additional key points to the debate. As far as writing style this book isn't for everyone, taking the Hitchen's approach to a new level just as the title indicates.

    As an avid Atheist I cannot agree more with pointing out the outrageous and hypocritical doctrines of all 'sky-thingy' belief systems. That being the case I can do without extreme profanity. The 1st chapter is comical and had me laughing out loud...love the Noah trotting around the globe in clogs! but this increasingly turns into unadulterated anger.

    I'm usually quite proud to publicly display the book titles that represent my beliefs, perhaps my own way of provoking those who notice to at least acknowledge we're here, but this one alienates and puts 'us' on the defense. This book is more geared towards those in the justified indignation phase of the journey to rationalism.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 5, 2010

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    Why is this book....

    Why is the book NOT available on NOOK? It is available on Kindle (which I did not buy) because B&N said there were a million titles on NOOK. Most of the non-fiction I want to read is not available on NOOK. WHY??
    Shouldn't everything be made available?

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  • Posted January 19, 2010

    Good Read

    I love how the book gave a synopsis of each book of the Bible. It was easy to read, entertaining, and funny. I didn't have a Bible on hand to read along with and, as a result, I have to trust what the author wrote. Also, Christians tend to quote or agree with the King James Version of the Bible being the "most accurate." CJ Werleman used the New International Version (NIV)which easy to read, but claimed to be inaccurate.

    Overall, I highly recommend this book and suggest you have a Bible on hand when reading. In this way, you'll get the full experience of what the Bible is all about, and maybe become an Atheist... if not one already :)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 26, 2009

    Great reading

    Read it twice already

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  • Posted December 18, 2009

    Fantastic book

    CJ Werleman has made himself the next star of the atheist movement

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  • Posted December 17, 2009

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    Excellent

    One of the best 'page turner's I've read in a long time. Excellent book.

    The title almost put me off from buying it, but very glad I did. I've already convinced two of my christian friends to read it. :)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 10, 2009

    Brilliant Summary of the Bible

    This book is really a fun way to read and learn the critical parts of the Bible. Very interesting read and unique perspective with many laugh out loud moments.

    Very different approach to Dawkins & Hitchens. This book really will convert believers to atheism or at least agnosticism imho

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  • Posted December 8, 2009

    Brilliant & Funny Analysis of the Bible

    Very entertaining and the most informative and easy to understand synopsis of the Bible i've ever read. Excellent read

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