A scathingly funny reinterpretation of the Ten Commandments from the larger, louder half of world-famous magic duo Penn and Teller reveals an atheist’s. God, No! by Penn Jillette – The New York Times bestselling reinterpretation of the Ten Commandments from the larger, louder half of the world-famous magic. Even if you believe in God, you might still be atheist. That’s what Penn Jillette argues in his new book God, No! Signs You May Already Be an.
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He named his daughter Moxie Crimefighter Jillete. However, the Sabbath rest, as it is such defined, remains a sensible option, as time to reflect and relax.
You have to say it all the time.
Hardcoverpages. You’re going to regale us once more with another illustrative tale of your drug-free Bohemianism?
You have to make it clear to everyone, including your children, that there is no god. The chapters are arranged in no particular order, but they seem to roughly alternate between articulate expressions of a personal world view and wacky episodes where he somehow ends up naked at some point.
This book is jillehte, provocative and profane. Penn tells “Moishe”‘s secular journey with insight as well as raunchiness. There were parts I read out loud, they were that good. I no longer care. Learn more about Amazon Prime. I say thanks to Penn for being so open about the jillettte.
I wasn’t expecting the pure reason of Richard Dawkins or the elegant, staggeringly beautiful prose of Christopher Hitchens when I picked up this book. We should preach and proselytize too”. On one hand it is clear that this man respects women and respects them sexually I’m not just talking about family, here.
Magician Penn Jillette Says ‘God, No!’ To Religion
But he uses very crass language a lot of the time and says very inappropriate things a lot of the time. This page-book is composed of an introduction, the Ten Commandments and an afterword. Jul 29, Tim rated it liked it Shelves: Sep 12, Vanessa Fox rated it liked it Shelves: If every trace of any single religion were wiped out and nothing were passed on, i Great, assuming Penn is your type. He reaffirms love and respect of every person, but he calls on us to “hate and destroy all faith”.
Some think that god will answer prayers. His arguments against government are equally valid for the few areas he professes to believe it has jilette role, I think he just needs someone to show him. Some of the stories have nothing to do with atheism directly, but they will give you a feel for how one goofy atheist lives his life in turn-of-the-century America.
But towards the end of the book he falls back on speaking in absolutes, as the vast majority of atheists I know ppenn do. Stern would kick off the show and Sam was always so good. Way too much information.
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Some stories and one in particular was too uncomfortable even for an open-minded person like me. Get a FREE e-book by joining our mailing list today! I don’t want the government taking money from me at gunpoint i. View all 4 comments.
He denies that atheists are arrogant, and he counters: There’s a couple more really good stories in here, a lot of filler, and some frothing at the mouth bat-shittery. Any use of an author photo must include its respective photo credit God, No! I’m a strong Christian, but I love the gof passion, I love the jokes, I love the marketplace of ideas. And as you can tell, I’m a high roller! If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?
Truth doesn’t live in the closet.
Maybe I would know that there is a supreme power in the universe and that supreme power cares about me. I still enjoy Penn’s work and find the man to be quite talented and engaging in his work as a sceptic and libertarian but I just could not help to feel some what disappointed by this book. Readers who are easily offended, goe more importantly who do not enjoy being offended, may find it rough going.
Sign up here to receive your FREE alerts. Start reading God, No! His odd combination of humble yet forceful beliefs make me try to be a better, more optimistic person.
His at times scathing humor is also at work in much of the book. Oh, wait, what do we have here!