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atheist book and the immergence
It is not uncommon to see, either in a book shop or on Amazon, a classification called either
Christian literature or spirituality, but you will almost never ever see a classification for atheist
books or novels. The reason for this is that there aren't numerous books written for that specific
group, and especially not fiction stories.
Over the last couple of years, we have actually seen a great deal of nonfiction literature such as
The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins, but again not much in the fiction or sci-fi genre. Among
the very first books I review which could certainly certify as Atheist Science-Fiction would be
Destined for Oblivion: As Nature Intended written by an new emerging author; Mario Stinger.
Now, what need to you get out of atheist literature. Well, I'm not an professional in Christian
literature as I am an atheist myself, so it is a bit hard for me to compare, however if I were to
venture a guess I would state that nonbelievers literature are just novels denuded of all
unreasonable beliefs, individuals binding in prayers and where the characters are perhaps more
based on truths and science than mythology. If you have a look at the book I discussed for
instance, you can absolutely feel Stinger's sting and dislike for faith. However, the story should
not feel any more offensive to a spiritual individual, than a Christian novel would feel to an atheist
reading about people kneeling to prayer, people praying before a football video game or prior to
any venture there participating in.
With the decrease of religious beliefs worldwide as a whole and the radicalization of faith in other
nations, I believe this genre is well past due. I thing nonbelievers have actually sat on their
complacency for far too long. As opposed to atheist nonfiction, the atheist fiction and sci-fi novels
are far less abrasive. I think because the reason for the novel rather than the non-fiction is just to
narrate. In these book, the characters are typically nonbelievers, which give they a far more open
field of view, then that of Christian books. As an example, I could mention Fifty Shadows of Grey,
in the case of this series, the author to writes specific sexual act and bondage scenes. Exactly
how could this be done and still appreciate the limit enforced by religious dogma and its rather
Another major benefit for atheist literature is a publicity that these books will get. A popular
business person in Montréal once stated; Talk with me positively or adversely, however discuss
me. We just have to take the brand-new film Noah to see all the complimentary promotion it is
getting on the sole basis of the controversy that it's generating.
If you're brand-new to the category, I strongly suggest Mario Stinger, who has lived as a diplomat
both in the Middle East and Asia and is really an extensive understanding and way of discussing
occasions and real areas which you have probably reviewed in the media, twist them and makes
you actually feel a part of the story.
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destined for oblivion, dfo