Book Update

I’ve finished the fourth chapter of my book, which deals with the argument from reasonable nonbelief and draws on the Ebon Musings essay “One More Burning Bush“, plus its subsidiaries.

As before, any regular commenter who’s interested in reading the chapter and offering feedback is welcome to do so. E-mail me or leave a comment if interested.

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  • http://thestoneoftear.blogspot.com Callandor

    Well, I’d be interested in reading the chapter, but I’m a fairly new reader here, so I doubt I’d qualify. I’ll just have to keep commenting, since this is a terrific site and has made it to my frequently checked list.

  • http://thestoneoftear.blogspot.com Callandor

    Well, I’d be interested in reading the chapter, but I’m a fairly new reader here, so I doubt I’d qualify. I’ll just have to keep commenting, since this is a terrific site and has made it to my frequently checked list.

  • http://corsair.blogspot.com corsair the rational pirate

    At this rate, when do you expect the book to be completed? I think I will wait and read it in its entirety (sp?).

  • http://corsair.blogspot.com corsair the rational pirate

    At this rate, when do you expect the book to be completed? I think I will wait and read it in its entirety (sp?).

  • http://badnewsbible.blogspot.com XanderG

    Of course I want to read this new chapter, but I feel I should really give you some commentary on the previous chapters first. However it’s hard to find much to fault with what you’ve written, so I guess I’ll have to make something up ;-).

  • http://badnewsbible.blogspot.com XanderG

    Of course I want to read this new chapter, but I feel I should really give you some commentary on the previous chapters first. However it’s hard to find much to fault with what you’ve written, so I guess I’ll have to make something up ;-).

  • Mark

    I don’t post enough comments to qualify, but I’d sure be interested in reading the whole thing at once like corsair. Do you know yet how many chapters you’re going to have in the book?

  • Mark

    I don’t post enough comments to qualify, but I’d sure be interested in reading the whole thing at once like corsair. Do you know yet how many chapters you’re going to have in the book?

  • Andreas

    I’m so glad you chose to include this essay! I’m really looking forward to the book release!

  • Andreas

    Oh, and by the way, will you try getting a permission to include the Calvin & Hobbes strip?

  • Oz

    I don’t know if I still qualify as a regular (work has been hectic) but I’d like to help.

  • Oz

    I don’t know if I still qualify as a regular (work has been hectic) but I’d like to help.

  • http://elliptica.blogspot.com Lynet

    I’d definitely like to comment (and I have an excuse for not being here this week — I was on an aeroplane and/or in an airport for a good portion of it; this was not a good time to be flying halfway around the world).

  • Petrucio

    As usual, I’m lagging behind in my reading here and commenting late. I now consider myself a regular reader, but I don’t post as much as I would want to, because I read posts late and my points are frequently already covered. I would no doubt love be able to help in any way.

  • http://www.patheos.com/blog/daylightatheism/ Ebonmuse

    At the moment, I have plans for twelve chapters, plus a prologue and conclusion. That may or may not change as I get further into writing and see how various things work out.

  • Alex Weaver

    I’m interested in reading as well. I’ll try to get some feedback together on the previous chapters, too…