Sunday, May 15, 2011

The Written Word

I like to think that I have an entertaining and easy-to-understand way of getting my ideas across. This is because I try my best to educate people with all levels of learning. I know I don't get everyone, but those that I do make me feel great. I love to teach. That being said, I won't become a teacher, I don't really like kids. Instead, I'm going to write a non-fiction book, with the aim of educating the masses with my brilliant mind, comedic wit and incredible ego. Here are the ideas I have so far:

  • Magical Miracles: Discovering that 'miracles' are nothing more then tricks.
  • The Right side of Wrong: Explaining sin, and why there's nothing wrong with it.
  • The Arguing Atheist's Guide: Debunking Creationism 1 'proof' at a time.
  • The Price of Faith: Examining the cost faith has on the person, the country and the world.
  • Prophets of Logic: Explaining and applying reasoning from the Old world to the New.
Post a comment on the one you like best, maybe even give a description as to why. Or suggest something else for my book. Hell, I wouldn't mind if you tried to shoot me down in flames. This is a user feedback post, and doesn't work well without comments. So until next time,

crites evidentia logica.

1 comment:

  1. Looking again, it seems as though I could wrap most, if not all of those ideas into one book. I'd call it prophets of logic, cause I really like that name.