FIXED version of my free ebook

When I first put out my ebook, it had a couple major issues with page numbering as well as a graph being on the wrong page. These are now fixed. You can download the new version at the link provided (and please do so before passing the book on to any friends–it would be kinda embarrassing if the screwed up version got widely passed around!)

Avoiding divorce doesn’t make you a traditionalist
Why I’ve decided to start deleting jerky comments more often
My debate with Randal Rauser is out!
Why do Christian philosophers of religion believe?
  • The Other Weirdo

    Page 21, second-to-last line of second-to-last-paragraph, left side. Take a look as it’s sort of hard to describe.

    • Chris Hallquist

      Thanks for letting me know. Frustrating as it is to fix all these minor errors, I feel like I may have *actually* gotten all of them now. *fingers crossed*

  • The Other Weirdo

    I liked the bit about the improbability of 4, 2, 9, 7, 8 and 3 being chosen as the night’s lottery numbers. It’s true, I may not believe it at first, but honesty, why would I bother believing one way or another when I can go to the lottery website and find them for myself? Lottery numbers combinations, no matter how improbable, are not subject to faith; they are a part of our every-day reality.

  • The Other Weirdo

    and life expectancies weren’t what they are today back then.

    This is on page 62.

    Would “and contemporary life expectancy wasn’t what it is today.” be better and less confusing? I had to read that sentence several times before I got it.