Or how about this. If you want a copy of the book, post in the comments section and I’ll send you one. Otherwise I will post it here whenever I’m done circulating the print copies among people I know (which could be a number of weeks). As far as I can tell this blog only get about 10 daily visits from strangers who are Googling “Jesus not coming back” and one other philosophical post I wrote years ago about monistic idealism.
What happens if you go posting a book on the Internet anyway? Does it just float around, do you get harassed for images that you didn’t obtain permission for…
I’ve finished my book. It’s not a long book – about 60 pages in PDF.
It is just another thing to add to the gazillion other against-Christianity things on the Internet; however it is a bit different from those things, in its tone and format. And it’s my thing: I wouldn’t give anyone any of the other books I’ve read in order to represent my own views exactly, but I could give them this, since I wrote it.
It’s gone through the first and primary round of edits, and a few secondary edits are rolling in. Will post probably within a week.
If I hadn’t told everyone what I now think about everything, and if I weren’t so honest, I could have probably made a substantial profit and an easy living off of evangelical Christians who buy books and listen to music.
I haven’t had a chance to read it yet. But based on the reviews, I am pretty sure I have something to say about that. It seems to touch on some of those very important issues.
Ironically, I am prevented from getting into this at the moment… because of philosophy exams.
Stayed up until 4:00 AM last night writing a few more pages.
It’ll get done.
Philosophy exams in May, so I haven’t had much time to work on wrapping up the stuff I’ve written / am going to write about this. I am mostly out of things to say; it’s just a matter of compiling it.