Since the list is in “no particular order,” and I’m in the middle, I’ll just assume they meant to say I was number 1 but they randomized the list to be polite to the others
In all seriousness, Crumm writes a very concise, kind description of the book:
Atheist books are everywhere this year, but Mehta’s is unique. He’s a young atheist whose clear-eyed critique of America’s religious culture is written with remarkable compassion.
By the way, I’m almost done with Christopher Hitchens’ book God is Not Great. Anyone have any suggestions for what I should read between now and when Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows comes out?
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