Religion delusion is a very strong, anti-religious book about how the existence of God is questionable and why people wish to believe in one.
I initially agreed to read this book because I believed it was going to bring solid judgmental arguments that were uplifting for my thoughts and beliefs. I expected to go deep and follow through the journey of understanding how religion could be delusional and folly. In reality, the author pinpoints facts that have been cited in various faiths and discuss each one, explaining how, in solidarity, could they all be right?
The literature is easy to read and to follow. The author mentions the words, ridiculous, ludicrous, idiotic, and completely bashes anything remotely close to religion. He believes that religion breeds terrorism. In the author’s perspective, the image of God is someone lying prone on a cloud looking over the edge.
There is nothing analytical about the content, or there are no references to authenticate the belief. Therefore, if you are into philosophy, this might not be your kind of book. However, if you are someone who honestly does not believe in any form of spiritual guidance in the shape of a ‘GOD,’ would find this book very pleasing indeed.
I would recommend this book to anyone who wishes to read more about condemning religion.Tweet
Written by Jeyran Main