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 am curious and read a wide variety of books, many covering evolution and other “heretical” ideas.
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Doubt is frowned upon as a sin. I do have problems with people who sing and preach religgion of others even as religiion are doing the same or similar things themselves – but that is a bit off topic. For me it was Jehova’s witnesses. I would recommend it to any atheist who wants to hear someone else’s amazing and sometimes painful journey from religion to atheism, or to someone t may be questioning their faith and want’s to know they aren’t alone.
Dec 16, Christina rated it liked it Shelves: Enjoy the freedom to explore over 1 million titles and thousands of Hot New Releases Book on any device based on social media research this book also very most wanted. Seth Andrews lived my own exact life growing up, and we were both traumatized by the same types of things the movie, “Thief In The Night!
Jan 26, Brian rated it it was amazing. A Journey from Religion to Reason is a well-written semi-autobiography by Seth Andrews told with passion and pathos of his life-changing move from theism to atheism.
Stephen Batchelor left his home in England and wound up in India, studying Buddhism where the exiled Dalai Lama resided. Aug 10, John rated it really liked it Shelves: It definitely described my journey and frustration trying to find like minded people. As an atheist who is still finding her feet, I felt that this book had a part of me in it and Seth’s extremely entertaining manner of speech is exceedingly easy to read.
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Jan 02, Jenny Hayworth rated it it was amazing. It’s not that I am ashamed of being non-religious that I’ve stayed in the closet for so many years, it’s because of all the pain this would cause my family. This a truly inspirational book for someone trying to free themselves from the shackles of religion.
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And like the author, I continue to not be afraid to be and show my true self. Click I Have iTunes to open it now. Those who have doubts regarding their religious faith and religious dogma will find solace in knowing that it is indeed ok to question what you have been instructed to think by your parents, pastors and priests.
View all 3 comments. It is also easier to understand that the Four Noble Truths and the eightfold path religoon not only tools of becoming enlightened, but are ways to creating a more civilized world and dealing with the pain and suffering of life.
I cannot help but admire anyone who makes such a leap While well written and undoubtedly courageous, I thought this book left a lot to be desired. Seth points out contradicting bible verses, shoots down some of the most commonly used excuses and apologetics, provides the incest-rape-child murder verses the church doesn’t want to talk about or glosses over to you.
I have followed Seth since his beginning into atheism and found his book to show his, honesty, compassion, courage and wit.
Deconverted: A Journey from Religion to Reason
For the God-themed issue of Zen DixieI read three books on atheism. It was all so new to him; he had never experienced such blatant impertinence toward the very thing that for his entire life had been so revered, not only by him and his family, but also jourbey his entire community.
While this little memoir is not great literature, it’s an interesting life’s journey for a good little Christian boy raised in a good Christian home in Oklahoma, smack in the middle of the bible belt. And for those who dare to deconvertsd a dissenting hand, the threat of Hell looms ominously. He questioned the indoctrination of children into religion before they are mature enough to make the decision on their own. Jan 15, Doris rated it it was amazing Shelves: They are still the same person you liked, loved, and respected before you found out.
And the stress is not on what one believes, but what one doesn’t believe, unlike what many people think. Jan 18, Carl rated it it was amazing. Home Read Online Bad Pharma: