Few of us will finish Dale McGowan's Atheism for Dummies without having learned important advantages of non-belief. Some of us will have had our beliefs challenged.
For instance, how many of us know of the study that compared rescuers and non-rescuers in Nazi Europe?
Or, after horrid acts like mass shootings, how many of us can answer the xian cry that morality is declining because children are no longer raised to honor and obey parents, authorities, or the xian god?
If I do a book review I will put it in the book readers' discussion. Here I will briefly describe a few points McGowan makes that after almost sixty years of apatheism, pleasant surprised me.
If you're reading it, or have read it, what surprised you? If you answer "Nothing" I will be surprised.