Remember the moment you realized the religious “truths” you were raised with were nothing of the sort?
Maybe, like me, when you became an atheist you realized there was so much you didn’t actually know — how evolution worked, what the Big Bang theory was all about, how you can make sense of the natural world without a God…
You couldn’t get your hands on enough books. It was just amazing to figure this stuff out for once.
It’s been almost a year since I became an atheist…
I’ve never before had such intense curiosity about the universe I’m so fortunate to live in. Actually, that’s not quite true — I haven’t had this sort of curiosity since I was a child.
It really is quite marvellous.
What books did you start reading after you became an atheist?
Which ones were the most enlightening for you?