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* Although they're fitting the cheek of the book, I'm not a huge fan of Vincent Deporter's illustrations.
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* Although they're fitting the cheek of the book, I'm not a huge fan of Vincent Deporter's illustrations, and some of them are a bit racist looking.
 
* Like ''[[Deconverted: A Journey From Religion to Reason]]'', this book doesn't indent paragraphs and uses full line-breaks between each, which is distracting to read.
 
* Like ''[[Deconverted: A Journey From Religion to Reason]]'', this book doesn't indent paragraphs and uses full line-breaks between each, which is distracting to read.
  

Revision as of 10:57, 23 October 2019

Paperback cover.

Sacred Cows: A Lighthearted Look At Belief and Tradition Around the World is a non-fiction book by Seth Andrews first published on 2015-06-10. It describes some of the more unusual beliefs found throughout various religions around the world.

I bought this book at a CFI lecture event featuring Seth Andrews and bought it to support him.

Status

I own a signed first edition paperback.

Review

Good

  • The book has several detailed descriptions of the more bizarre beliefs that people hold like the Appalachian snake handlers, the Mormons and their magical underwear, and many others.

Bad

  • Although they're fitting the cheek of the book, I'm not a huge fan of Vincent Deporter's illustrations, and some of them are a bit racist looking.
  • Like Deconverted: A Journey From Religion to Reason, this book doesn't indent paragraphs and uses full line-breaks between each, which is distracting to read.

Ugly

  • Nothing.

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