Last minute openings for Darrel Ray Sat, Feb 4 7pm and Perkins.

From: cole m.
Sent on: Friday, February 3, 2012 10:18 PM

>>>In our experience its likely some people won't show for this event so please call me up to 7pm for an opening. People on the waiting list will move ahead first. People on the waiting list should also call me.  

Cole Morgan[masked]<<<


Dr. Darrel Ray's new book, "Sex and God": How Religion Distorts Sexuality -THIS COMING SAT, FEB 4, 7PM AT PERKINS. 

This will be Darrel Ray's 'very' FIRST talk as he begins touring for his book in February, so you don't want to miss this opportunity to talk with Darrel and purchase the book.  For information and the table of contents for the book visit the FaceBook page at Here are some of the endorsements the book has received already from authors you may know:
"Read this book. Whether you are a believer, doubter, or atheist, religion influences your sexuality. Darrel Ray removes our blinders. Never again will you view religion as benign in its effects. With patience, verve, and overwhelming evidence he makes the case that religion is an STD, a sexually tarnishing disease. Religion undermines our capacities for romance, love, sex, intimacy, and parenting. Sex and God, not the Gideon Bible, needs to be in every hotel room." 
J. Anderson Thomson, Jr., M.D., University of Virginia, psychiatrist, author, Why We Believe In God(s): A Concise Guide to the Science of Faith. 
"The gods seem to have a perverse obsession with the sex lives of mere mortals. In this comprehensive, sharply written survey, Darrel Ray takes us on a tour of the millennia-long religious crusades against guilt-free human sexual expression. I enjoyed this book. It's a  fascinating, informative read." Christopher Ryan, Ph.D., co-author of Sex at Dawn: The Prehistoric Origins of Modern Sexuality "When it comes to hurtful hypocrisy, it appears that religion and sex may well take the cake. How appropriate therefore - and how courageous - that Darrel Ray has writtenSex and God, a powerful debunking of one of the deepest yet rarely examined mythic connections of all time. Give Sex and God a try ... and then drop one of them (I'll leave it up to you to decide which!)."   David P. Barash, professor of psychology, University of Washington, and author, most recently, of Homo Mysterious: evolutionary mysteries of human nature."  As always we will get together afterwards for drinks with Darrel.  
Cole Morgan [address removed]  [masked]

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