Catholic Church? No Thanks!

Catholic Church? No Thanks!

by Giulio Zambon

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Overview

This short book collects a series of short pieces about the Catholic Church written over a period of time.

They describe some events of the author's life and some of his reflections on how the Church operates.

The author was never a fervent Catholic, but this booklet explains some of the events that contributed to his Atheism.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940032865346
Publisher: Giulio Zambon
Publication date: 11/13/2011
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 630,724
File size: 130 KB

About the Author

Giulio holds a doctorate in Physics from the University of Rome (Italy), where he graduated cum laude.
After a period of teaching Electrotechnics in a high school and a fifteen-month stint in the technical corps of the army, he joined the computer industry. In the ensuing thirty years, he worked as a software developer, system consultant, process improvement manager, project manager, and chief operating officer.
During his career in computing, Giulio wrote hundreds of technical reports and presented several courses and seminars.
He published several computing books and manuals and some Science Fiction stories. The list of his published work is at his website zambon.com.au. In October 2011, he released CalcuDoku 1.0, an application to play CalcuDoku on the iPad. You can find it in Apple's iTunes application store.

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Catholic Church? No Thanks! 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The author is completely ignorant of the beliefs of the Church but that doesn't stop him from expounding on his misconceptions.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Unless you enjoy reading lies, slanders, and bigotry, leave this little piece of manure right where it fell.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am saying this as an athiest. I have never seen so much misquotes, lies and flat out ignorance. The author completley ignores historic facts and archeological evidence. I know the description of the book mentions the author was never a practicing frequent Catholic, but this is the equivelant of the janitor who wirks at NASA deciding to right about crickets because he "works around them." Give me sources that have been in the trenches, not this!