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11 out of 13 people found this review helpful.

Everything I think on this subject

I loved this book and agree with it 100%. Everything I cant stand about the religious right laied out crisp and clear. How can they call themselves the people of life when they oppose vaccines for preventable illnesses and vital medical research that could save millions...
I loved this book and agree with it 100%. Everything I cant stand about the religious right laied out crisp and clear. How can they call themselves the people of life when they oppose vaccines for preventable illnesses and vital medical research that could save millions? Do they really deserve the name of the culture of life? I think the words of Pat Robertson settle that one pretty well: 'I dont see why we don't just kill him (Hugo Chavez} its cheaper than starting a war'. Yes, the people of life like to murder people because it is, and I quote, 'cheaper than starting a war.'

posted by Anonymous on October 30, 2006

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7 out of 18 people found this review helpful.

I'm not religious, and I was still disappointed

My problem with this book is that it made many claims to which it offered no reference, and little sign of previous discussion or thought. The book may not be long, but something that makes as many claims and generic references and employs as many various statistics a...
My problem with this book is that it made many claims to which it offered no reference, and little sign of previous discussion or thought. The book may not be long, but something that makes as many claims and generic references and employs as many various statistics as it does should have a reference page that is longer than a page or two. I was very excited to read this book, because I expected some developed thoughts. But this book seemed to follow suit with most religion bashing. It employed the same, tired ideas that opponents of organized religion always come back to. Perhaps if this book softened its angry tone, or went into just a little bit of depth, it could be taken seriously, even by those who abide by the Bible. But this opportunity, sadly, was wasted. Granted, my reading experience wasn't a complete waste of time. I certainly found parts thought-provoking, interesting, truthful, and frightening. For this reason I feel the book is worth a read. Yet this book is only preaching to the choir. Most of those who will read this book already agreed with everything the book argued, and those who don't will feel reaffirmed in believing that it's just the product of some sad, lost, God-hater. So for a book that has been heralded as something that will alter the course of human existing, I found Letter to A Christian Nation a little disappointing.

posted by Anonymous on January 8, 2007

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