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A nice thing about a flight to and from the other side of the planet is that you have time to read. So I managed to finish-up with George R.
It was raining most of today, so I spent the day working on my UV mapping (more on that later). I also wandered over to The Fox & Fiddle for
Yesterday afternoon I finished reading David Fitzgerald’s excellent book, Nailed: Ten Christian Myths That Show Jesus Never Existed At All. I have seen a few YouTube clips of Fitzgerald speaking
As Season 7 of HBO’s Game Of Thrones came to its penultimate end, I decided to re-read George R. R. Martin’s epic masterpiece, A Song Of Ice & Fire. Like
Well this mild depression – I hate using a word as strong as that – may have sapped my creative juices temporarily. But I am still reaching for creative inspiration.
Since the next HBO season for Game Of Thrones might not air until 2019, I decided to re-read the books. Heck, maybe I’ll get lottery-win-lucky and George R. R. Martin
This morning I finished reading Aron Ra’s book The Foundational Falsehoods Of Creationism. Much of this was read during bus trips into Dundas to visit my grandmother – otherwise I
Today Hemant Mehta at The Friendly Atheist published about the 10th anniversary of Richard Dawkins’ excellent The God Delusion. Like so many other thousands of people, The God Delusion was
Sure, it is atheism and religion again. Shoot me! 50 Simple Questions For Every Christian is a really good read. The title pretty much says everything about the book. What
It was a couple of years late, but I finally bought Chris Johnson’s book A Better Life: 100 Atheists Speak Out on Joy & Meaning in a World Without God.
Three weeks ago, I said I hadn’t done anything worth mentioning. That wasn’t quite true. I’ve continued – slowly – going through my book collection. Alas, my commute time to
One nice benefit of a commute to Mississauga or Toronto on the GO Transit system is that I can get more reading time in. Still not as much as I
Last Friday night, just before nodding off to sleep, I finished Robert Reich’s excellent book Saving Capitalism: For The Many Not The Few. My first encounter with Reich’s ideas was
Although I do enjoy reading Robert M. Price’s books, they usually take me a long time to get through. He is spectacularly knowledgeable on the subject and explores issues very
Last week I finally finished the fifth book in George R.R. Martin’s A Song Of Ice And Fire series. Of course, it was the HBO Game Of Thrones that got
A couple of days ago I finished reading Bart Ehrman’s Forged. Powerful stuff. When combined with his other books; – Jesus, Interrupted and Misquoting Jesus – you get something much
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