It’s Slutty Book Report Time: You Decide What I Should Read Next

I’ll just say it up front; it’s been way too damn long since I had a slutty book report! My last one was way back in fucking January for crying out loud! Lately I have all the time in the world to read, since business requires me to travel (ergo: sit around and wait in transit) so there’s no excuse for me not to read some more of your suggestions.

Over the months I’ve read all kinds of titles, from the erudite Mere Christianity to The 1980’s: Countdown to Armageddon. I’ve seen the best of books. I’ve seen the worst of books. And frankly, I’d like more—please and thank you.

Last time I tried having the poll on my Facebook page, and that worked out rather extremely well. Of course, there’s always the option to cast your vote by just commenting on the post incase you prefer to eschew Facebook (I won’t be offended, I promise).

So, shall we bring it back? What crazy or awesome books on religion or atheism, etc have you been reading lately? I’d like to take my reader’s suggestions first and then compile a few titles of my own to add to the poll.

Stay tuned for results!


9 responses to “It’s Slutty Book Report Time: You Decide What I Should Read Next

  1. I suggest three books: Joseph Lewis’ the tyranny of god, Michael onfry’s in defense of atheism and jean meslier’s testament and bonus by the same author superstition in the ages.

      • Will do, but i’m not as fast a reader as you are, my friend. I do like these few lines, though.

        “I’m saying we’re the building blocks of God, in the
        early stages of reassembling.”

        “So, you’re saying God blew himself to bits—I guess
        that was the Big Bang—and now he’s piecing himself back together?” I asked.
        “He is discovering the answer to his only question.”
        “Does God have consciousness yet? Does he know he’s reassembling himself?”
        “He does. Otherwise you could not have asked the
        question, and I could not have answered.”

      • Brother it’s a short book, 3 hours and you should be done.
        could god have contemplated suicide and died in the process? I liked this qustion

      • I am going to read the Vedas. It seems to be a very rich collection of stories. I have seen references made of it that I think it is time I read them.

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