Since Disproving Christianity and Other Secular Writings [Revised Second Edition] was published in October, I’ve received a few reviews from authors and other leaders in the secular genre. I thought it’d be interesting to post the reviews to my site and encourage others to write reviews, too.
If you’re interested in writing a review, please post it to Amazon along with a 1-5 star rating. I can be reached at David@DavidGMcAfee.com
-David G. McAfee
“This accessible and fascinating book manages to pack an abundance of key information into less than 200 pages. It’s an invaluable resource for those who are unafraid to think for themselves and ask the hard questions.
David G. McAfee’s “Disproving Christianity and other Secular Writings” is a welcome and important addition to the body of literature that dares to stand up for humankind and oppose those who claim that religion, magic and mysticism are required for one to lead a happy, purposeful and good life.
Christians who rely on the Bible to defend their positions will find plenty to think about here as McAfee turns their own book against them. By pointing out numerous contradictions, errors and just plain outrageous passages, McAfee shows that the Bible falls far short of perfection and fails as a foundation for basing morality upon. Unlike some books critical of the Bible, this one never bogs down in mind-numbing detail or becomes too complex for laypersons. It’s the perfect book to hand a friend or family member who needs a nudge toward reason and reality.
“Disproving Christianity and other Secular Writings” is great stuff, a must-read for skeptics and believers alike!”
-Guy P. Harrison, author of 50 Popular Beliefs That People Think are True and 50 Reasons People Give for Believing in a God
“In his book `Disproving Christianity’, David McAfee systematically dismantles some of the basic tenets of the world’s most popular brand of religion. In particular, he dissects various aspects affecting the very basis of Christianity directly from God’s own book – the `holy’ Bible. McAfee shows time and again, inconsistencies and discrepancies as well as many contradictions that are attributed to the Christian God; a character who is supposedly all knowing and essentially perfect – and infallible. The resulting conclusion that one is obliged to reach at the end of a journey through this succinct look at the many problems, is that either the Christian God is a complete liar at worst, entirely contradictory at best, or most likely that He is not actually real at all. The reader is really not left with any alternative conclusion – unless `faith’ in the idea that God can somehow still recover from the onslaught renders the reader incapable of common sense and reason – attributes that would serve much better than faith when considering the numerous problems McAfee considers and exposes. Whilst the seasoned scholar may require more than is on offer, this book will more than suit most readers who are looking for a rounded and rational `easy to understand and appreciate’ analysis of the reality behind Christianity. ”
– Jim Whitefield, author of `The Mormon Delusion’ series.
“With the changes he has made in this edition of his wonderful book, Disproving Christianity:Refuting the World’s Most Followed Religion he has again struck a nerve that will resonate among all sides of the theological path. His ability far outpaces his medium, and I hope to see it in the hands of many thousands of truth seekers soon. I will be sharing his book and promoting it for many years to come, it is my sincere hope that he does not simply stop here however.
Encore David, encore and an easy 5 stars from myself!”
– Jesse Mathewson (political essayist and staunch atheist)
“David McAfee’s account of Disproving Christianity, as evidently detailed in this book, is an all inclusive and most satisfactory illustration of weighing up Christianity – the world’s most popular religious trademark – as the ultimate fraud, which has no precedent in the annals of human civilization. The damning indictments the author presented against the morality of the Christian god, which I venture to remark in my observation as positively incontrovertible, makes this book a must read for all truth seekers.”
– Adebowale Ojowuro, Author of The Crisis of Religion
Can you explain why vampires can be repelled by a cross? If evil beings such as this are threatened by this symbol of God (or Jesus) this MUST mean that god exists. Then again, why aren’t werewolves repelled by the cross…maybe i’ll post this question on Kate Beckinsdale’s website…