Hello, my name is Rahn Abbott. I am contacting frank4570, Animal Mother and Schasbert. You three are the most respected by me on this subject. I am currently re-thinking the belief structure that I was raised in and am expected to believe. I am currently reading "Cats Have Wonderful Dreams", I have "god is Not Great" and have "Divinity of Doubt" on my 'to read' list. I am not ready to make the leap to atheism yet but am still in the middle ground of "I think there is something greater than myself but I don't think that entity, whatever it is, is represented by organized religion.
I am asking for a suggested reading list. I am open to any suggestions but please keep in mind that I am just starting down this path and am not really ready to get too buried in the really deep parts of the subject. I am looking for a 'primer' on both agnosticism and atheism.
You can reach me here or at my regular email of rahn at abbott dot net. Thanks for your time.
"Nailing jello to a tree!" I see you're still in top form. I've been occupied elsewhere for awhile. Read "Answering the New Atheism" by Hahn/Wiker. It will contribute a new dimension to your apologetics when dealing with the Dawkins/evolutionists/atheists bunch. Also, Protestants should read it and add it to their arsenal.