Why do you believe what you believe? Is belief justified without evidence?
Why I Don't Believe discuses these questions in an easy conversational style by dissecting several key topics. More
Topics Discussed include: Belief Reasons for Belief Evil and Suffering The Power of Prayer Morality Evidence Why We Lie Superiority-Inferiority Complex Logic Dealing with Illness & Death Science and Nature
on March 1, 2014 :
The non-religious population is growing each year and this book is a great example of how logic, reason and skepticism can open your mind to a world free of superstition and ignorance. Mr. Watt's opinions may not be your own, but rarely do we see an author who has the gift of articulating his own viewpoints and thoughts into a wonderful and honest book that can be easily read and reflected upon by anyone with an open mind. I found myself reading this not once, but twice. Short in length, but rich in material; it's a great book to get your brain gears moving.
(reviewed 27 days after purchase)
on Feb. 7, 2014 :
This is a very well written, honest, logical and well thought out book. It allows even the most spiritual of people to ask questions of their belief or faith. For anyone looking for a book to get their mind thinking, this is a must read. It is not distasteful, rude or in your face. It is real people vocalizing real thoughts that many are afraid to allow.