Signs You May Already Be an Atheist and Other Magical Tales
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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 experience in the world: from performing on the Vegas strip with Siegfried and Roy to children and fatherhood to his ongoing dialogue with proselytizers of the Christian Right and the joys of sex while scuba-diving, Penn has an outrageous sense of humor and a brilliantly entertaining opinion on, well, anything you care to think of.
Thanks for your honesty, awareness of your human flaws but most importantly giving your thoughts words...and in doing so adding to the vocabulary of those who believe or more directly (don't believe), like you do....Read this book for a humanist perspective of someone living a reflective and thought provoking life...Thanks Penn...the bacon tastes so good!!!
Great read for anyone who is an atheist or has ever questioned their faith!
And now I'm Japanese, so &@!$ off!
When a friend at work told me Penn came out with a book about Atheism (about time!), I knew immediately I had to read it.
Hilarious, insightful and heart-felt, it feels like it gives a voyeuristic glimpse into Penns life as he shares intimate short stories of his life and views as an atheist. Although I am bias towards this book, being an atheist and libertarian (and a huge P&T fan ever since my brother got me into them at an early age) I feel it would be a huge disservice to say you have to fall into those categories to appreciate this book.
If you enjoy comedy, true stories, great pieces of advice, and awesome quotes you'll be spewing for some time, check out this book! I really enjoyed the writing style i.e. tons of swearing, but everything written just seems so open and honest, from the man whose job it is to "lie and trick you." His candidness makes it feel like you're hanging out with Penn and just listening to him talk, it's just that good.
These stories at times will have you hurting in laughter, or getting teary eyed, but from the moment you start reading you won't want to put it down until you finish.
Thank god I am an atheist.