The Ultimate Curse On Mankind

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A lot of great thinkers seem to always have contention with religious beliefs; David Hume, Voltaire, Sigmund Freud, Bertrand Russell, Mark Twain, Albert Einstein, Carl Sagan, Elizabeth Anderson, Emma Goldman, Sam Harris, Christopher Hitchens, Richard Dawkins, and many others have refused to give room to unsubstantiated beliefs and superstitions. More

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About Imoh Son of David

Once dubbed by a local blogger in his home country "the Bertrand Russell of Africa", Imoh "Son of David" is an artist and a publisher of a local entertainment magazine in his Home country Nigeria. A lover of science, Imoh is an outspoken activist and a humanist who has engaged countless times in debates, speech and writings against organized religion, superstitions, bad politics and brings deep argument and philosophy into social issues. As an artist and a writer, he appreciates the aesthetics and intellectual pursuit.

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William Bennett reviewed on on April 29, 2016

In his book, "The Ultimate Curse On Mankind," the author, Imoh "Son of David" brings a fresh and innovative perspective to genre which normally suffers from being a bit overfull with offering of widely varying quality

This book very effectively breaks through the monotony that has begun to affect offering on this subject. Imoh is Nigerian, and as such he offers a perspective a bit different than that of most of the widely available offerings in the genre, the great majority of those being the work of Europeans or their descendants. While shining the spotlight on some issues within his own nation, he also very effectively relates to his readers the universal problems associated with the worship of deities.

The author pull no punches. He says exactly what he feels and in so doing, he presents a truly engaging dissertation on the perils of blind faith. This was a truly enjoyable read.

A favourite quote - "Expecting anything intelligent from folks like this ['religitards'] is like expecting urine from a chicken." It's only sad that this simile will go right over the heads of 90% of my fellow Canadians (and 99% of Americans) who know of chickens only as chunks of meat wrapped in plastic at the supermarket.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
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