Don't Tell Your Momma You're an Atheist

Don't Tell Your Momma You're an Atheist

by Raymond J. Egan
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Don't Tell Your Momma You're an Atheist by Raymond J. Egan

This is a layman's look into the controversial 'battle' between Atheists and those of religious belief. Taken from the Atheist perspective, this author touches on such topics as Evolution, questions for atheists 'that can't be answered', the fossil record, and others. He does well in his attempt to enlighten the majority of people who still hold fast to ancient, man-made Holy books.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940011132926
Publisher: Raymond J. Egan
Publication date: 10/10/2010
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 450 KB

About the Author

Ray has been a freelance trombonist, composer, arranger, sailboat enthusiast, golfer, author and all-around nice guy (not necessarily in that order) for a while now.

His recently penned 'Don't Tell your Momma You're an Atheist" is now out in many E-book formats and the paperback will be online worldwide by December 10th 2010.

His second book, "The Practical Atheist," will be available in the New year and is a direct rebuttal of Douglas Wilson's book against Richard Dawkins' 'THE GOD DELUSION".

Please stay tuned!

Ray Egan

Miami Beach

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Don't Tell Your Momma You're an Atheist 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
John-reader More than 1 year ago
A first attempt by this writer that is enjoyable to read. I thought the purposeful lack of complicated terms made it very easy to understand the source material. Like he says in his introduction, he has many different topics in his book, (perhaps TOO many), as he could have spent a lot more time on some of them, but then that was the whole purpose of his book, as stated by him, so I can't really complain too much. I got all of his arguments, except the one about the concept of time, but I understand that there is a lot of debate going on in that field, so I can't claim to know for sure who is right or wrong. He does defend his explanation of time, relating to one of the older arguments for the existence of God, so he was at least consistent in that. I rate this 4 stars. Really good attempt, and he is coming out with a rebuttal book next and I think I will buy the e-book on Smashwords.