Holy Sh!t – The Insanity of Blind Faith: Volume One: Christianity

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In this book, Casper Rigsby addresses the doctrine of Christianity known as the bible, and dives head long into the insanity within that text. The book will introduce the non-Christian to some of the most irrational and illogical ideas within the Christian doctrine and will remind the progressive or moderate Christian of just how insane the bible is. It will also present the notion that by wearing the label of Christian they are signing a metaphorical terms of service agreement that says that they agree with all the insanity presented there by proxy, and will hopefully leave the reader questioning why anyone would believe any of this nonsense. Lastly, this title will ask the reader to take off the blinders of faith, even if only for a minute, and take an objective look at the insanity within the bible.

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Neal

His ability to make one critically think and apply logic to what most theist have never questioned is wonderful. It’s good to se I was introduced to Casper’s works via Atheist Republic reading his articles/blogs and always felt he was talking softy to an audience that may be questioning the faith they may or may not have, but also has an objective point of view on the topics. His knowledge of the bible is right up there with theologians; however, is able to remove the faith blinders and scrutinize scriptures for what they are. His ability to make one critically… Read more »

Larry Ladd

Believe it or not I was a church musician who loved playing the organ but had immense struggles (torment) with … Casper Rigby, where were you fifty years ago when I was attempting to sort all this Christian myth out? Believe it or not I was a church musician who loved playing the organ but had immense struggles (torment) with believing church doctrine. The question I wrestled with was “how can I be a church musician and yet NOT a “believer?” I finally sorted it all out after many years of studying and searching: Eventually I left church music AND… Read more »

Harvey

Further he takes up much unnecessary space with long bible quotations (often pages long) After reading about a third of the book, I deleted it from my device and regretted the purchase. The author applies the term ‘insanity’ far too much in my opinion. Further he takes up much unnecessary space with long bible quotations (often pages long), whereas a short reference verse would do. I do much reading in philosophy and theology and with all due respect, this writer is simply not on the level with most. His analyses I find superficial and again, he far too often reverts… Read more »