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I was very moved by this book. As a recently retired Registered Nurse, I went down there after the hurricane. I was deployed at the Houston Astrodome which sheltered the people who had sought refuge in the New Orleans Superdome. Before, during and after my stint there I followed the news reports closely in both the conventional and alternative press. Dave Eggers' story resonated with what I had experienced and what I learned. It is both heart-warming and heart-breaking to read about this disaster through the voice of a Muslim man and his family.
I am giving 5 stars to this book because it is a timely book. It is the book we need to read, discuss, comment and share *now*.
Thanks to Mr Harris lucid approach, what was unthinkable becomes pretty much plausible if not obvious!
The moral "authorities" who claimed for century total and exclusive expertise on morality, ethics and human values, are eventually silenced.
It becomes obvious how no priest or rabbi or imam can claim more authority than a doctor or any layman on morality.
Human values are not to be shaped by religion. Religion never had and (hopefully) never will have monopoly on morality.
And yes, oh yes: there is a conflict between religion and science! S.J.Gould doctrine of non-overlapping magisteria was a poor attempt to hide the situation.
Science has always had a lot to say about human values. Human rights move forwards thanks to the advances in science - I am shortsighted but the laws of my country grant me the RIGHT to have my handicap corrected with a pair of glasses. That was quite an unthinkable human right before Galileo's invention... : )
We can and we must investigate morality as an approachable facet of human knowledge.
Do a favour to yourself and people around you: read and share this precious book.