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Reviews by Shawn Crisp

Mohammed, The Prophet of Islam

by H. E. E. Hayes

Scary stuff.

Religion ruins everything.

Perhaps better, in the 21st century, to stop worshiping deities and praying to the sky.

Love your neighbor, and be moral -- you don't need religion to do that.

For goodness sake, how can anyone take this stuff seriously anymore.

SECONDLY, what right does anyone have to tell me what to read? Take your religion, have fun hating everyone who isn't of your creed, and keep to yourself.

Reviewed on 2008.07.31

The Koran

by Anonymous

While highly interesting from very many perspectives, this book is very scary considering that people take this stuff literally (same thing with the Bible.)

Shame that people in the 21st century are still worshiping deities and praying to the sky, instead of just behaving decently towards each other.

I did enjoy going through it though.


Reviewed on 2008.07.31

The Bible

by Anonymous

Wish it had more information as to the edition, so I could feel assured about the translation -- but I can't really complain too much for the price.

Worth owning, even if you don't believe in fairies and hocus-pocus.

Reviewed on 2008.07.30

The Imitation of Christ

by Thomas A Kempis

Too much hocus-pocus. Would have been better if it had focused on the philosophy of Christ's teachings rather than all the deity/sky-worship drivel.

Not very modern.

Reviewed on 2008.07.30

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