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A.C. Grayling's Humanist Bible

A.C. Grayling's humanist Bible, "The Good Book," is a collection of great wisdom, but it's nothing Stephen would kill somebody else over. (05:43)

The Good Book: A Humanist Bible



You should be aware that 'The Good Book: A Humanist Bible' is a knock off of the original 'The Humanist Bible.' I used to post some of my 'The Humanist Bible' on Philosophy Forums and there's where I think A.C. Grayling picked up on the idea. I think he would have liked to use the title "The Humanist Bible" for his book but I beat him to it by a couple of years. However, compliments of the journalists, he seems to be getting the title anyway.

You may think I'm peeved that he purloined the idea for his 'The Good Book: A Humanist Bible' from my 'The Humanist Bible.' Not at all--thanks to him I'm getting lots of extra hits on my website. I am a little miffed though, that he outdid me by capturing the Bible's essence so masterly. Actually, his Bible bested the old one--his is even more boring.


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