Sunday, December 12, 2010

Win A Book - The Heathen's Guide to World Religions - William Hopper

Winner: Rich Wilson

Thanks to Author William Hopper for sending us 3 copies of his book The Heathen's Guide to World Religions:

First published in 1997, The Heathen’s Guide (Sixth Edition) has become mandatory reading for anyone who questions the assertions of the world’s religions. An easy-to-read, easy-to-access digest that’s an invaluable asset in any religious conversation. Sarcastic, fun, and informative, “The Heathen’s Guide to World Religions” is the book you need on-hand when the true believers come calling.

The Perfect Xmas Gift for the Atheist on your list


All you have to do to enter the draw is post a comment below from a real account (click on 'Login' next to the Name field and choose one of many options like Facebook, Google, Yahoo, or Twitter), and I will use a random number generator to determine the winner and ship the book at my expense. There will be another draw next week.

If you have been posting here and already have a user profile with previous comments showing then you dont need to login.

If you don't win and find the book interesting, or would like to send it as a gift to someone, please consider buying it from the author's website.

105 comments:

  1. TarentolaMauritanicaDecember 12, 2010 at 11:48 AM

    My pleasure to comment. I hope i will win :-)

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  2. This sounds like a great read, I would love a copy. Cheers!

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  3. It would be a nice gift for me. :)

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  4. me, me, me !!!

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  5. dingo troglydyte

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  6. <span>Can I has Heathen´s Guide too?</span>

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  7. This sounds very interesting. I'd love to at least attempt this win. Thank you!

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  8. Sounds like a useful book for arguments.  Count me in!  And thanks!

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  9. It would be the first copy of Your book in Croatia...think about that! :)

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  10. Consider this a comment/entry/plea/something.

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  11. Hope its me, I never win anything!

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  12. awesome, i want one!

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  13. Would love to win this, but if not, it is going on my Amazon wish list.

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  14. <span>Looks like a good read for the holidays!</span>

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  15. Very keen to read that book. There is never too much knowledge in confronting the religious with their own doctrines.

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  16. Sounds interesting.

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  17. Interesting read...

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  18. Would make a worthy addition to the library whether I win or add it to my wishlist later.

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  19. Great choice for a prize!!  :-D

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  20. Pick Me! Pick Me! Some of my best friends are random number gnerators!

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  21. <span>Pick Me! Pick Me! Some of my best friends are random number generators!</span>

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  22. I believe God will directly intervine with the random number generator to guarantee that I will get a copy of the book. If for some reason this very reasonable request made to my God isn't answered, it is clearly because I didn't pray enough, or because there are gay people in the world. One of the two. (obviously.) 

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  23. I sure would like to have this book! I need all the ammunition I can get!

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  24. One more in the draw. Thanks!

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  25. Include me too. Thanks!

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  26. I've been promised to win by GOD. The one TRUE one, not that other chump.

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  27. good luck have fun!!!!

    Random Number Generator = GOD

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  28. I've been praying. Should win no prob.

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  29. Looks like an interesting book. I look forward to reading it.

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  30. I would love to win this book!

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  31. I just sacrificed a lamb. The rest of you don't stand a chance.

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  32. Given that I always get the wrong books for Christmas, I'd like to win this one ... so I could gift myself this year :-D

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  33. I want this, but I'm afraid the Libertarians who visit the site will trash this giveaway as anti-Capitalist... ;)

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  34. I would love to have this book, Might help me understand why my wife's family is so catholic and closed minded

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  35. Hooray!  Free book!

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  36. Oh man, this book looks amazing! I would love to give it a read!

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  37. Great, free admission. Not winning will balance my karma.

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  38. lookin like an awesome book :D

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  39. Hi folks... I am the author of the book.  (I was tempted to enter the draw).  FYI, it is NOT available on Amazon any longer after a protracted argument with them over the merits of Atheist literature.  If you don't win and want a copy, go to www.heathensguide.com and you can order on the site.  Cheers.

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  40. fuck christians! send me this book.

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  41. By the hammer of Thor!!!

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  42. Please, Pick Me!!  I need all the  back-up I can get!!  Thanks,  Donna

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  43. I'd really love to win this book, I love the premise of having an irreligious religious comparison rather than one that justifies each one or weighs in, in support of just one of the religions.

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  44. Would love to read this.

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  45. Come on, random! Daddy needs this book :)

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  46. Hello!  I would love to add this book to my on-going study of religion.  Thank you in advance, whether or not my name is chosen.

    Take care,
    Kane

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  47. Um, you can't pray to win, nor can you hope to win, I don't have faith to win... must rely on chance to win. So be it.

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  48. Looks like a great read, just what i have been looking for!

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  49. Thanks for the book and drawing.  Happy winter solstice and lunar eclipse!

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  50. Hi Heathen, Amazon have refused to sell your book because it's atheist! WTF!  

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  51. <span><span>Hope its me !!!</span></span>

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  52. See, I'd like that there book, see.

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  53. See, I'd like that there book, see.

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  54. robert.hak@gmail.comDecember 12, 2010 at 8:24 PM

    I love that you're doing this randomly off whoever posts. :)

    I'd love the book please!

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  55. thanks in advance, santacloz

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  56. Is it weird that as a skeptic I am still crossing my fingers for this?

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  57. Keeen. Got a beautiful born-again on my de-conversion radar at the moment ;)

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  58. Worth a try!

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  59. need this in Asia, where there's a multitude of varius faith. for my friends who knew very little of other faiths other that than which have indoctinated them.

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  60. Wohoooo! I'd love that gift! 

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  61. thanks for having a contest!

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  62. Fingers crossed!!

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  63. I've been waiting for a book like this for a long time.  Thanks!

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  64. I would love to win this.

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  65. What to say... what to say...

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  66. Sounds like a cool book. I'm in! :D

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  67. ManCreatedGodCreatedHellDecember 13, 2010 at 9:38 AM

    Merry Solstice!

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  68. Looks like a cools book. Thanks.

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  69. I pray that I win LOL

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  70. How many of these commenters have never posted before?  How many are new accounts designed to game the system?
    Anywho, go random number generator, go!

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  71. Winner! Please email me your address.

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  72. dear god, please... errr

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  73. midwestatheist@yahoo.comDecember 13, 2010 at 12:52 PM

    I've never turned down a free book....

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  74. Nooooo....  :'(



    Congrats, Rich!  :)

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  75. Congrats Rich,

    You have 2 weeks to email me your address or the book will enter another draw.

    atheistmedia @ gmail

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  76. Please enter me!

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  77. Worth a try eh? maybe i will buy it if i don't win...

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  78. Awesome...books looks to be a winner, like me (please, please, please).

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  79. Last one, for the win?

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  80. Looks like an intruiging book.  Would love to read it.

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