Book Banning

Sometimes religious zealots ban books. Common reasons to ban books include:

Of these reasons, banning a book because of hate speech is a good idea, as World War II exemplified. When a book is banned, however, there should be open discourse and a public review of the discussion that led to the banning decision. Quote passages from the book to highlight the rationale.

Banning books because they contain ideas or situations that are uncomfortable to hear, or disagree with your unfounded, ignorant spiritual beliefs, on the other hand, are woefully insufficient reasons.

In this information age, attempts to hide or suppress information becomes more famous or widespread. Perhaps fundies will prevent people from reading this book due to the following idea:

Eradicate religious delusions by involving children in exciting and fun science experiments on Sundays; shirk Sunday school.