Got a really nice customer review on Amazon of Comforting Thoughts About Death That Have Nothing to Do with God. Five stars out of five. (In fact, the book now has 20 Amazon customer reviews, and 17 are either four five stars.) Here’s what Sam (former evangelical) had to say:
“Cognitive dissonance” no more
A much needed book, supporting all who are either not believers or have their doubts about an afterlife. Exposed me to a few comforting considerations I have never thought of before. As a former believer who struggled with all the “cognitive dissonance” that my faith left me with, I appreciate the challenge and gratification of a life lived with no such dissonance and inner conflict any more. I’m grateful someone wrote this.
Thanks, Sam! And if any of you have read Comforting Thoughts About Death That Have Nothing to Do with God, it’d be awesome if you’d post a review.
The Kindle ebook edition is available on Amazon (that’s the link for Amazon US, btw — it’s available in other regions as well); the Nook edition is available at Barnes & Noble; and the Smashwords edition is available on Smashwords. All ebook editions are $2.99. You can get the audiobook on Audible, Amazon, and iTunes. The audiobook is $2.99 (discounted slightly on Amazon, of course). (Plans for a print edition are in the works.)
Here’s the description of the book, and some wonderfully flattering blurbs: [Read more…]