Read My Deconversion Story at A Tippling Philosopher

Jonathan MS Pearce was kind enough to run a guest post of mine at his fantastic blog, A Tippling Philosopher. In it I tell the story of my deconversion. This is the introduction to that piece:

I already have written a very long book as my memoir to narrate my experience as an atheist in the theocratic Iran, and its name is the same as my blog,On The Margin of Error.First I wanted to choose some various excerpts for this guest post, but ultimately decided to choose one single excerpt which chronicles my deconversion. This is in the honor of Jonathan’s (and Tristan Vick’s) book,Beyond an Absence of Faith, a book which I greatly enjoyed. Chapter three of the book is the shortest chapter, and here it is.

You can read the piece here.

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