God Explained in a Taxi Ride
One way or another, you have to love this book. You'll either love its off-the-wall irreverence, questioning everything; or if you're any sort of fundamentalist atheist, Christian, Muslim or otherwise you'll love to hate it: just who does this guy think he is, to explain the greatest enigma of the universe in the space of a taxi ride? And who decided how long the taxi ride should be, anyway?
The book starts with a stark choice, the choice fundamentalists want to force upon us but which most of us, if we stop to think, are smart enough to realise is no choice: Darwin or God. We can either surrender to evolution or we can get religion but we can't, apparently, have both.
After that, it's a series of quirky snippets, some profound, some radical, some simply popular misconceptions and lazy thinking recycled for the umpteenth time.
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