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About the Holy Bible

by Robert Green Ingersoll

I have been an avid reader of classical books on atheism for years and this book is one of the many reasons why. It basically takes the bible and puts it under a microscope. It is an overview of the Old and New Testament and the teachings of Jesus.

Ingersoll, like myself pulls no punches in exposing some to the more obvious contradictions and heinous aspects of the bible. He pits the so called morality of God against the morality of man.

Finally, he exposes the the lies written between the pages of scripture by fallible men. The bible is neither infallible, moral, nor the word of God.

Reviewed on 2013.03.02

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