In The Life and Exploits of Jehovah (first published in 1915) Tichenor presents, in lively and mocking prose, the troubling history of the temperamental deity of the ancient Israelites, from the mists of antiquity to the Reformation. In the final chapter, he provides a catalogue of abuses perpetrated by fanatical believers, and asserts that the recognition of human rights has advanced as religious practice has become less doctrinaire.
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About Henry M. Tichenor
Henry Tichenor (1858–1922) was a writer and free thinker who wrote extensively on religious and social issues. In his hostile attitude to organized religion, he ranks with such prominent figures as Robert G. Ingersoll, Clarence Darrow, and more recent critics like Christopher Hitchens and Dan Barker.
About Oberon Michaels
Oberon Michaels is an author and audiobook producer, living in Perth, Western Australia. For decades he has cultivated an interest in history, religion, metaphysics, meditation, and yoga. In previous lives, he was active as an instructor in martial arts and qi gong. His opinions are his own and not obfuscated by unnecessary learning. He is definitely a cat person.