Part I in the “Illogical Atheism” Series: An in-depth critique of contemporary atheist philosophy and culture, with particular emphasis on the irrational argumentation and militant propaganda in the written work of Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, Daniel Dennett and the late Christopher Hitchens; the so-called “Four Horsemen of the New Atheist Movement”.
This book examines the rise of the New Atheist Movement from the broader culture of contemporary atheism, as well as the sociological reasons behind the recent growth in atheistic belief in the last few decades. This first part in the Illogical Atheism series sets the tone of what this series of work aims to achieve, which is the delicate unraveling of an inherently perverse militant movement operating within atheist culture which has been led by the likes of Dawkins, Harris, Dennett and Hitchens.
The scope of this work is to raise awareness toward the propagandist maneuvers employed by the leaders of this movement which have penetrated the public consciousness, particularly through the medium of the internet; proliferating forms of atheistic argumentation and belief that are profoundly illogical and anti-philosophical which, coupled with the systematic use of propaganda has led thousands of adolescent men and women to a profoundly disturbing hatred for organized religion,
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
It is a heated genre that has picked up of late with the rise of new atheism.
It is becoming somewhat of an internet phenomenon.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Just write, write and write. Finish as many books as you can and eliminate all distractions that prevent you from doing so.
Don’t be afraid of the quality, just finish your books and get them out there.
Bō Jinn is a social critic, an insufferable cynic, doctor of laws and minor scholar engaged primarily in the fields of philosophy, sociology, psychology and classical literature.
Owing to an abiding belief that anonymity is an ally to the pen, the author has chosen to limit all additional information about himself to that which can be known through his written work alone.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
A falling out with a close friend of mine over Atheism