Anarchy Evolution has ratings and reviews. Michael said: Greg Graffin, through his music, has been one of my most profound personal influences. Greg Graffin, and this uniquely fascinating book.” —Jared Diamond, author of Guns, Germs, and Steel Anarchy Evolution is a provocative look at the collision. Gregory Walter Graffin (født 6. november ) er amerikansk sanger, musiker, Evolutionists (); Anarchy Evolution: Faith, Science, and Bad Religion in a.

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Greg Graffin

At times the book anzrchy an exciting read because he can take you from a sold-out show in Los Angeles where a riot breaks out to a jungle wilderness of the Amazon to research plant and animal life. To be honest, I’m not much of a scientist, so those parts weren’t as interesting to me as the parts about playing in a punk rock band.

So this looked like the perfect book for me. Espao is confident in his opinions, yet leaves debate open in those areas where reasoned and rational views could differ. Underline every evolutionary Fact that is met with a “Maybe, possibly, might have, we assume, are led to believe, appears, or plays loosely with billions o Now this was a fun challenge. Acabo de terminar el libro. If we influence people in a positive way — even if our social web is only as big as our nuclear family — others will want to emulate us and pass on our ideas, manners, and lifestyle to future generations.

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Aug 23, John rated it liked it Shelves: It’s also a great book for religious people to read if they’d like to get a scientific and non-threatening explanation of the naturalist or humanist worldview. He also tells readers how his reverence for science began and his days as an adolescence as being the lead singer of Bad Religion. In this book Graffin attempt to write about his Naturalist worldview, which is a perspective where one believes the world can be understood and explained through science without supernatural elements.


Just more assumptions from an enlightened Evolutionary forest dweller who teaches other enlightened students hopefully? And basically that might be the overall goal of “Anarchy Evolution”: It was with this level of admiration that I picked up his book.

Refresh and try again. I thought the book worked best when Gaffin spoke of his personal life.

Unlike Dawkins, Graffin comes across less antagonistic to believers, but explains how a blind faith in a literal creation story is at odds with science. Want to Eapaol Currently Reading Read.

Anarchy Evolution: Faith, Science, and Bad Religion in a World Without God by Greg Graffin

This book is about Greg Graffin, his experiences, his beliefs and why those beliefs are logical to him. Greg posted a very relevant quote from Richard C.

But not something I would boast about. Jun 03, M. Is that what the Bible says?

If you’re a fan of the band, it will give you all kinds of glimpses behind the scenes of their development and history; and even if you’re simply traffin science, philosophy, or religion buff, you might find it interesting how he builds and presents his views. Don’t read it if you’re looking for a history of punk, or a philosophical study of anarchy.


For instance, he wrote an awesome song “We’re only gonna die from our own arrogance” when he read a book about evolution with the following ending lines: After we die, our hopes for an afterlife reside in the social networks that we influenced while we were alive. Maybe Jesus won’t condemn you for the bits he couldn’t make out. Want to Read saving…. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

This book is about Greg Graffin, his As a huge Bad Religion fan and a long time admirer of Greg Hreg lyrics and the strength with which he holds and refines and defends his views, Gteg loved this book.

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Examines issues surrounding religion, science, evolution, and punk rock in an interesting mix of philosophy and reminiscences by the lead singer of Bad Religion, who happens to have a PhD in biological sciences or something like that.

Okay, maybe one last religious tidbit from the theological giant of Bad Religion: Graffin is a staunch “naturalist” he hates the word atheist because it only represents something you’re against.

Published September 28th by It Books first published A review and critique of evolutionary science meshed with a biography of grafvin punk band focused on it’s singer. Their resulting year-long e-mail exchange was published as a book inentitled “Is Belief in God Good, Bad or Irrelevant?