Comments are working now!

April 14, 2007 at 9:45 am | Posted in Uncategorized | 3 Comments

I finally fixed the comment feature for this blog.  It was asking users to register or login and it took me a while to find where that setting was.  Anyhow, you can comment away…



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  1. I see from your Twitter posting that you are reading The God Delusion. Interesting!

    What prompted you to read that particular book?

    I have not read it by the way, just reviews here and there.

  2. It’s funny you mention it since I am using it right at this very moment. The assignment for my final paper in my Humanities class is to analyze a primary source from the time period we are studying using a modern critical theory. I chose to analyze “The Constitutions of the Fourth Lateran Council” from an atheist perspective, that of Richard Dawkins as presented in his book, “The God Delusion”.

    This book and the paper I am working on right now has essentially fulfilled two objectives for me: the first, my own personal exploration of atheism AND a better understanding of the doctrine that was imposed on me as a child, and the second, an assignment for my Humanities class.

    Both sources have been very enlightening and have helped to round out and support my personal thoughts on religion, culture, and ultimately, the question of the existence or non-existence of a “God” or ultimate being. It has been a very revealing assignment and I am quite pleased with my paper thus far.

    I hope to post a review of the book soon as I just finished it last night. The short version: everyone should read this book solely for the purpose of an alternative perspective to the religion-infused culture that we find ourselves in today. Richard Dawkins is a great writer and puts forth very effective arguments that will, if anything, at least cause one to pause and consider just why or how things came to be as they are today. I’ll definitely have more to say soon!

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