God Is Not Great is the book that I am currently working through these days. The author, Christopher Hitchens, is whom Al Sharpton was debating the other week when he made that bizarre comment about Mit Romney being a Mormon and not a 'true believer in God'.

Despite it's eyebrow raising title, it makes some compelling arguments by chapter 2 as to the damage that religion has caused throughout history. It's a fine line between letting your religion enhance your morality or mutate it. I'll post again on this after I've finished it and chewed it over. So far it's good reading if nothing else.

Anyone else out there reading this?