Thursday, July 12, 2007

an atheist bible?

the non-atheist, joan konner, has some interesting things to say about her new book the atheist's bible: an illustrious collection of irreverent thoughts. i dont like the title of her book, but i like how she handles herself in this interview. as usual, the interviewer, tucker carlson, contradicts himself repeatedly and shares "juvenile" opinions...

also, notice how many times they spell "atheist" wrong on the screen!

2 comments:

Eva said...

Wow, that guy is such an idiot!, he never ceases to amaze me. Obviously removing the bowtie didn't help much.

adam said...

I believe The Aethist's Bible is an important collection and a constructive antidote and counterbalance to our religiously overheated times. It is a serious novelty that is an irreverent riff not only on The Bible but on itself--philosophy lite that offers depth. I hope it might enjoy 15 minutes of fame at the check-out counter, in character with its sound-bite rhythm. Better, it could become a book with a longer shelf life, like the Bible, in spiritual sections of bookstores, libraries and wherever else seekers seek.