Monday, April 6, 2009

Look What I Found at The Local Christian Bookstore

My wife and I went to Christian Book Outlet to pick up some easter goodies for the religious kids in the family. Sitting on the bottom shelf of the apollogetics section was a book that contains a few quotes from yours truly.

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I didn't buy it and I don't recommend it unless you like banging your head into tables. Just to be fair, here's the link to the amazon page.
You Can Lead an Atheist to Evidence, But You Can't Make Him Think: Answers to Questions from Angry Skeptics

6 comments:

Tiger said...

I really want to read that (or at least snippets of it) simply because I've heard how awful it is.

Perhaps I'll go to Borders, skim it, and then refile it in the humor section.

BathTub said...

Or you could work your way through the Ray a Day series and pretty much read the whole stupid thing for free.

http://www.ziztur.com/labels/Ray%20a%20Day.html

Lorena said...

I can't believe that people with a brain that size are allowed to publish a book. More incredible yet is that the book will be accepted and upheld as praiseworthy by the fundies.

Lorena said...

Wow! Looking at the inside book flap, I realize that the difference between atheists and fundies is as abysmal as that of Islam with Christianity.

My goodness! Isn't it unbelievable how those nuts have no clue of what atheists are up to?

Unreal.

PersonalFailure said...

Shhhhh! We're enacting the Atheist Agenda and turning a fine Christian Nation into a godless cesspool- but don't tell anyone!

Anonymous said...

Ray Comfort is dangerous not for his lack of knowledge but for his hate and ability to reach the christian believer. He is not unlike the crusaders of hate before him and present. Defending gods makes wrongs right.
The bible says so.
ibex