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God Hates You, Hate Him Back: Making Sense of The Bible (original: 2009; edição: 2009)

de CJ Werleman

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"This book absolutely crucifies the argument for a benevolent creator. What's more, it uses the creationist's most-cited source to do it." - dailyatheist.net God Hates You, Hate Him Back makes the ultimate case for the claim that the God of the Bible is the most wicked character in the pages of history. With a wit as dry as a martini, and the cross examination techniques of a seasoned lawyer, CJ Werleman lays out all sixty-six chapters of the Bible to present an irrefutable argument that indeed God hates us all. If you have never read or never fully understood The Bible because of it's lifeless 16th century King's English then you will do no better than this unique, comedic, 21st century summary of the greatest story ever sold, or in Werleman's own words 'never read'. God Hates You, Hate Him Back provides you with an arsenal of Biblical facts, stories, mythology and assertions to ensure you victory in your next religious debate.… (mais)
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Título:God Hates You, Hate Him Back: Making Sense of The Bible
Autores:CJ Werleman
Informação:Dangerous Little Books (2009), Paperback, 302 pages
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Pretty funny so far. Only on page 126 so I'm still in the Old Testament with all the killing and such. ( )
  lynnbyrdcpa | Dec 7, 2020 |
I have some mixed feelings about this book. Let me start with the negative and get it out of the way. It is a very dense book in terms of the text. This does make it a bit difficult to read unless you do so in small segments as the text is a bit on the heavy side. That the book's layout is a bit cluttered (visually speaking, not much white space) does not help neither.

Now, leaving that aside, this is a book that is a must read. This is the book you need for when some Christian apologist, especially of the zealous fundamentalist type, comes along to harass you or try to impose the myth of his sky fairy on you. This is the book that will help you basically answer the guy and send him probably wishing he could convert to some other deity or just none at all. The book basically uses the Bible against itself. Werleman does one hell of a job taking the Bible apart, book by book, to show all the flaws, myths, twisted logic, errors, inconsistencies, and just right out things that are wrong or immoral. If I read this, and I was a Christian, I would be ashamed to show my face in polite company. Basically, folks should read the Bible for the cultural awareness (whether we like it or not, the big book is a big part of common culture). And after you read the Bible, you read Werleman's book as a cleanser. Overall, the best use of this book is as a reference book and ammunition against apologists. They want to cite Exodus? Go find the section in this book on Exodus to refute and counter. This is a book to keep right next to your Bible. I just wish the writing was a little less dense at times. ( )
  bloodravenlib | Aug 17, 2020 |
Ok. yes I know the title is off-putting. It is meant to be because this is satire. Basically one atheist's look at the Bible...chapter by chapter.

Mostly fairly dry reading punctuated by some rib-splittingly humorous observations, it does make you stop and ask yourself how there can be so much violence in a book supposedly dedicated to peace. As an atheist myself that is not really for me to wrestle with however!

Anyway, can't say it was the best written book I have ever read, but if you atheists out there find yourself in an argument with a bible literalist this work will surely provide you all the ammo you need! ( )
  mybucketlistofbooks | Jan 10, 2015 |
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"This book absolutely crucifies the argument for a benevolent creator. What's more, it uses the creationist's most-cited source to do it." - dailyatheist.net God Hates You, Hate Him Back makes the ultimate case for the claim that the God of the Bible is the most wicked character in the pages of history. With a wit as dry as a martini, and the cross examination techniques of a seasoned lawyer, CJ Werleman lays out all sixty-six chapters of the Bible to present an irrefutable argument that indeed God hates us all. If you have never read or never fully understood The Bible because of it's lifeless 16th century King's English then you will do no better than this unique, comedic, 21st century summary of the greatest story ever sold, or in Werleman's own words 'never read'. God Hates You, Hate Him Back provides you with an arsenal of Biblical facts, stories, mythology and assertions to ensure you victory in your next religious debate.

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