Learn how to deal with religious preachers, read how to handle difficult questions and uncertainties, while avoiding damn serious and frightening literature. ‘And Man Created God in His Own Image’ consists of a variety of short chapters, each tackling religious thinking from a different point of view: Religion and science, religion and food, religion and sex, religion and logic, religion and witchcraft, religion and racism, religion and our brain.
The book deals with very serious issues (God, conflicts between belief and reality, education and values), in simple terms, readable by all, with a bit of humor. It mentions several other books and resources. Due to the author’s background, it tends to emphasize Judaism a bit, but also contains many references to Christianity, Islam, and more.
All in all, the book promotes the values of humanism, skepticism and free thinking.