Religion Delusion by John Carlshausen
An interesting perspective
Carlshausen pens an interesting title in Religion Delusion. Whether or not the reader believes in God or what he writes about religion (or that it is foolish and unwise), it's an interesting perspective. It's about not only religion but the belief or lack of belief in a God, but he also takes it to a new level when he discusses why people need to or just think there is a God. He questions God's actions and how the universe(s) was created. Though he writes that religion is dangerous, and not everyone would agree with what he was writing, there is some truth that can't be denied. Religion can be the core of wars and terrorism. It can divide people, setting them apart. I look forward to reading more by this author. This book is a definite recommendation by Amy's Bookshelf Reviews.