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'''''The Happy Heretic''''' is a non-fiction book written by [[Judith Hayes]] and published on 2000-06-01.
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I bought this book at a CFI convention because I wanted to expand my knowledge of women in the skeptical and atheist movements.
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==Status==
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I own a first edition hardcover.
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==Review==
 
==Review==
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===Good===
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*
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===Bad===
 
===Bad===
 
* I don't care much for the satire articles. Religions have plenty of ridiculous ideas without having to make up new ones.
 
* I don't care much for the satire articles. Religions have plenty of ridiculous ideas without having to make up new ones.
 
* I don't like how the satire articles are mixed in with the serious articles without  an obvious indication.
 
* I don't like how the satire articles are mixed in with the serious articles without  an obvious indication.
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===Ugly===
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* Nothing.
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==Links==
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* [https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/835869.The_Happy_Heretic goodreads.com/book/show/835869.The_Happy_Heretic] - Good Reads.
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[[Category: Religion]]

Revision as of 12:49, 3 April 2018

First edition US hardcover.

The Happy Heretic is a non-fiction book written by Judith Hayes and published on 2000-06-01.

I bought this book at a CFI convention because I wanted to expand my knowledge of women in the skeptical and atheist movements.

Status

I own a first edition hardcover.

Review

Good

Bad

  • I don't care much for the satire articles. Religions have plenty of ridiculous ideas without having to make up new ones.
  • I don't like how the satire articles are mixed in with the serious articles without an obvious indication.

Ugly

  • Nothing.

Links