Manifest Insanity, Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Think for Myself

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Manifest Insanity is an irreverent social commentary that traces the history of Judeo-Christian doctrines and how they have evolved over the centuries, impudently contradicting the perception that these established beliefs were original to their traditions, and specifically challenging the evangelical Christian concept of literal inerrancy—yet, an entertaining, humorous and accessible read. More

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About Diogenes of Mayberry

I have journeyed through the entire spectrum of belief from moderate Christian, to born-again, back to moderate, to agnostic and finally, over the past 10 years, to confirmed atheist. Raised in a moderate Christian family with regular attendance in church as a child, indoctrinated in a Baptist school for two years, I started the journey to atheism in university after being removed from the weekly immersion of church and exposed to new ideas and experiences. I prefer to think of myself as a humorous humanist, rather than a raging atheist. I am also a certified scuba instructor and a passionate marine environmentalist.

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Review by: Hilary Chow on June 09, 2014 :
This is a really nice book. Informative,funny, and of an appropriate length and depth. I especially liked the parts of the book where the main character revealed one by one how the traditions of christianity have all been either pretty new or entirely made up/misinterpreted. Oh and that he used the serial comma.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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