Deconverted: A Journey from Religion to Reason is a well-written autobiography told with humor and heart by an “average” person. It is the story lived by many. Listen to a free sample or buy Deconverted: A Journey from Religion to Reason ( Unabridged) by Seth Andrews on iTunes on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch. In DEconverted: a journey from religion to reason, author Seth Andrews describes his journey from Christian to atheist. Born the son of.
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I do have problems with people who sing and preach condemnation of others even as they are doing the same or similar things themselves – but that is deeconverted bit off topic.
The Logic of Miracles — Part 5: Basically what I’m saying is, the book is too short and seemed as if it was missing out on some extra depth.
Nothing too exciting happens. Some hopefully constructive criticisms: Thanks for telling us about the problem. Cannot combine 2 editions of the same book 49 Mar 10, It was interesting book, and I have struggled with questions and doubts myself. An ex Seth fdom a way with words. Feb 18, Felicia J.
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Overview Music Video Charts. If you listen to Seth Andrews’ The Thinking Atheist podcast, you’ve already heard most of what’s in this book. He uses his knack for storytelling to make his life story interesting and poignant. And the stress is not on what one believes, relkgion what one doesn’t believe, unlike what many people think.
There’s a couple instances in which Andrews talks of being a “professional communicator”. With Buddhism, though, it is easier to x the transition from Buddhist monk to Atheist as early Buddhism is similar to the Ten Commandments Dawkins found. It definitely described my journey and frustration trying to find like minded people. Showing that God Exists. The reader will receive a first hand account of the experience of someone who was raised in a very Christian home by loving, devout, Christian parents in a majority Christian community, in the Bible Belt of Midwestern America and who, as an adult began to question his religious faith.
Deconverted: A Journey from Religion to Reason by Seth Andrews
LOL If you’re looking for a detailed manual on how to debate with the religiou I hope Seth writes ro book just like this one, but detailing his life since the Thinking Atheist was born because I really got a kick out of seeing this larger than life radio persona try his hand at penning a memoir. Darrel Ray, author of Sex and God: It’s interesting reading another indoctrinated person’s journey to deconversion. This book helps to give an inside-out look at the protestant Christian culture in the United States, and it will hopefully encourage others as they deal with the difficult questions in their own journeys toward truth.
How he is coping nowadays in his current relationship.
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This book is rreligion for a bigger world, for those who are curious about disbelief and unbelievers, at least a bit for those who are possibly on the fence, and for those who aren’t necessarily avid listeners. I have followed Seth since his beginning into atheism and found his book to show his, honesty, compassion, courage and wit. You are commenting using your Twitter account.
Seth doesn’t include very many personal details, in fact he doesn’t even mention when, or that, he’d been married until he speaks about deconvertsd on the verge of divorce. Seth Andrews is in his 40s and I predict the best is yet to come in Seth’s career. Doubt is frowned upon as a sin. This story had all the great things that I love about Seth’s on religiln performances! I kept expecting to hear, “Area code you’re on The Thinking Atheist, who’s this?
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Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Here are a few to ponder: I especially enjoyed the last chapter, in which Seth lists twenty common questions and challenges which the religious throw at non-believers in an attempt to prove them wrong or spur debate. The Logic of Miracles. Yes, there there are “liberal” Christians here, as well as a few Muslims, about 25 Jews, possibly a few Hindus, although I haven’t seen any, some agnostics, some atheists, but no place to really gather and not be in church, because the only alternative is the Unitarian CHURCH, and while it’s a catchall for all beliefs and while they tend to make fun of fundies, it’s still called a “church,” so that kind of defeats the purpose.
You could break a lot of strong relationships, and Seth knows this. Atheist has a negative connotation, but sometimes gets the better “shock” response from believers.
I highly recommend this book. Another thing is that, as much as I enjoyed that I already knew part of the story, from being religgion long time listener it’s like being in on a secret in a way I also iourney that joirney book didn’t have as much to offer those of us who are long time fans, simply because of that.
The Logic of Miracles — Part 2: Want to Read saving…. Home Read Online Bad Pharma: It is also easier to understand that the Four Noble Truths and the eightfold path are not only tools of becoming enlightened, but are ways to creating a more civilized world and dealing with the pain and suffering of life. Reading this book without bias is impossible, as I have been listening to little snippets of this book in one form or another for two years now, since I started listening to the thinkingatheist podcast.
Seth Andrews tells his unique story – from growing up in a religious fundamentalist family in the US bible belt and working as a popular Christian radio host to becoming the host of the most downloaded atheist podcast, The Thinking Deconvertted.