Jarin Jove


"Pointing out political bullshit - respectfully!"

In our complex society, it can be difficult to give topics on religion, politics, culture, and our society the careful examinations that they sometimes deserve. It becomes increasingly difficult with news channels always foreshadowing some new apocalyptic doom to scare us for views, rabid debates on religion versus secularism invading the world wide web, and people on TV and online pretending to know what they're talking about while spewing nonsense. What Jove provides is detailed examinations on why certain viewpoints are misleading through the use of facts, pointing out logically fallacious reasoning, and providing different perspectives based on the legitimate facts.

Jove writes books for those who have an interest in learning different perspectives, those who are unsure about what to think of a particular political/social/religious topic, and those who want better arguments in the objections that they do have. If you agree with Jove then you can have a better arsenal of arguments to utilize on detractors that you dislike. If you disagree with Jove's views, then you have a better arsenal of information to work with to challenge others who have Jove's views. After all, having better reasons for your views and being exposed to intelligent views that you disagree with can only benefit your intellectual discourse.

Jove likes to keep her/his life private because s/he has no interest in self-aggrandizement. Besides which, once you accidentally make a stupid comment online, it will be there forever and you will never stop hearing it for the rest of your life. Let's be fair, the internet isn't a friendly place.

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Questioning Christianity: A method to effectively and peacefully stop Christian conversions
You set the price! Words: 8,580. Language: American English. Published: September 18, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Religious Intolerance, Persecution & Conflict, Nonfiction » Politics and Current Affairs » Activism
I have written this short, question-style book out of frustration with the current political events in India. I can understand being annoyed and angered by Christian missionaries who proselytize and forcibly convert Hindus to Jesus Christ. However, reacting with violence or covertly supporting parties that allow violence is completely unethical and I consider it to be anti-Hindu.

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