Deconverted: A Journey from Religion to Reason
This 190-page autobiography is Seth Andrews' (of The Thinking Atheist) account of his deconversion from religion. The author provides a narration of his religious upbringing, his education in Christian schools, the decade he spent as a Christian broadcaster, his apostasy, and ultimately, how a 30-year old "religious" man became one of the most popular atheist activists - all told in a voice that is full of heart and humor.
The book would give you an insider account of the United States' protestant Christian culture and perhaps, encourage other people on the brink of enlightenment in dealing with difficult questions as they travel toward the truth.
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