Moral and Intellectual Objections to Christianity From a Multi-Disciplinary Point of View A Collection of Essays in Prose and Verse (With Some Humour Thrown In for "Shits and Giggles")
by Brett Zimmerman, Ph.D.
Ranging widely through the academic disciplines (philosophy, history, science, literary criticism, psychotherapy), Brett Zimmerman presents a provocative and often humorous critique of Christianity (and the religious mentality generally), offering existential humanism as an alternative philosophy for our times.
Brett Zimmerman is a full-time English professor at York University, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He is the author of the books Herman Melville: Stargazer, and Edgar Allan Poe: Rhetoric and Style.
Fun With Fallacies Published March 25, 2011
Some Ontario Waterfalls Published March 09, 2011
Northern Ontario and the Bruce Peninsula Published January 25, 2011
Astronomy in Literature Published January 25, 2011
Photographing the Heavens Published September 29, 2010