Do you know any openly atheist politicians? We have had openly gay ones for some time now. Even a black president. Yet, despite the fact that atheism is probably one of the major global trends to watch in 2013, atheism isn’t selling much other than itself. This insightful book helps you open up the opportunities… Continue reading Book review: selling products to atheists
Whether we like it or not, those of us who live in Europe or in places influenced by European ideas remain the children of Lausanne; that is to say, of the convention signed on a Swiss lakeside after the First World War which decreed a massive, forced population movement between Turkey and Greece. A bold opening, to what is… Continue reading Twice a stranger: the children of Lausanne
It has been called “The book on the crisis” and “A love letter to Greece”. The journalist Stella Bettermann has written a real “feel good” book. Even the longer stories leave a nice taste in your mouth as the author describes her childhood summers with parents and brother every year in Greece. The magic, the… Continue reading Ich trink Ouzo, was trinkst du so? – I drink ouzo, what do you drink?