• The Rational Male - Religion

  • By: Rollo Tomassi
  • Narrated by: Trey Radel
  • Length: 14 hrs and 23 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (310 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

 

  • Why is premarital sex forbidden by religion? 
  • Why is marriage the worst life-decision a man can make today? 
  • How is an idealistic Romantic Love destroying modern churches?
  • Are female imperatives assimilating patriarchal religions? 
  • Why are so many religious men confused about masculinity? 
  • What's causing men to abandon religion? 
  • Why is pornography an "addiction" for religious men? 
  • Are Atheists 'religious' about finding love? 
  • Can Red Pill awareness and religious conviction coexist? 
  • Will there be a One-World Religion? 

The Rational Male® - Religion is an exploration of human intersexual dynamics and their influence on spiritual belief, religion, and social values. In this fourth book of the Rational Male series author, Rollo Tomassi, connects the dots between human beings' evolved mating imperatives and the spiritual beliefs spawned by them that still influence society in the data age. It is a Red Pill look under the hood at the roots of men and women's "need to believe" in love, God and the metaphysical to solve our mating imperatives.

Are Old Order beliefs hindering our progress in today's data-driven New Age of Enlightenment? Since 2000, global access to information has exploded. Like the Gutenberg Press in Renaissance Europe, the internet, technology and global communication has given rise to a new age of enlightenment that a global society is only beginning to acknowledge. For better or worse, this new information awakening is explaining and challenging our old investments in faith, tradition, metaphorical truth and magical thinking. And in no other area are humans more emotionally invested than in solving their reproductive problem.

The Rational Male® - Religion succinctly explains the origins of this old order thinking, what it got right, where it's gone wrong, and how we can correct our course for the future.

Often called the "Godfather of the Red Pill", Rollo Tomassi has been a permanent fixture in the online men’s consortium of the Manosphere for almost 20 years. He is the author of the internationally best-selling book series: 

  • The Rational Male
  • The Rational Male - Preventive Medicine
  • The Rational Male - Positive Masculinity

Rollo is also the essayist/blogger/owner of The Rational Male blog, a weekly panelist/host of the Rule Zero livestream and the host of his own YouTube channel, The Rational Male.

©2021 George W. Miller (Rollo Tomassi) (P)2021 George W. Miller

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It sounds like im listening to a college thesis

the vocabulary is excessive, you could have simplified the message to reach a wider audience. Most are not going to sit through this from beginning to end alot of it was redundant.

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The best possible book on this topic you can read.

An absolute work of art that will save you if you let it. If you're a man in modern times trying to grapple with your faith and the harsh realities of the influence modern "fempowerment" is having on religion, THIS IS REQUIRED LISTENING.

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Amazing book!!

this book is amazing just like the rest of the books it's a different narrator, he definitely keeps you awake.

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Debt to Rollo

This book has changed my life and has stop me from following the path of self deleting. This book is changing men's lives for the better.

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Its worth your time.

The information is all true but I was expected a deeper dive in religious figures/stories. It has a tornado of $10 words and repetitive catch phrases but hang in there. If you're brand new to the red pill you will find out that your religion is being hijacked and this book will point that out.

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another must read in the series

this is another monumental addition to the RM series and has value to all folks whether atheist, agnostic, or devout

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Rollo does it again

A great story. Contemplative, informative, and well written. Full of things you would expect from Rollo at this point (if you’ve read his other books). The voice actor knocks it out of the park as well. I only give it 4/5 stars, because his first couple get the 5/5, simply because they are so ground-breaking. Still, this is a great read! Looking forward to his next release.

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Food for thought

The concepts in this book make the world make sense. Narrator needs pronunciation help.

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Best yet!

I was very impressed by how insightful this book is. I had a local Pastor come to my door recently claiming a husband's authority is a measure of how well he loves his wife. I laughed and said, "Brother, you need Rollo Tomasi." Great book!

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Great book

Eye opening book.
It gives great insight on human motivation behind religion and relationships, also how charlatans are using this motivation to profit, leaving behind the core of religion beliefs.

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  • 12-22-21

Legendary

Rollo Tomassi does not fail and this book proves that. Through the link of religion and culture. dots get connected in an even clearer way

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  • Mr Karol A Gostomczyk
  • 03-05-22

Outstandingly insightful

Sheds a brilliant light on the differences in how different positions on religions are viewed in the context of the current intergender dynamics debate and offers some ideas on how to move forward.

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  • 02-07-22

Another great book.

Another amazing book my Rollo. Continues to make his work relevant and expanding on his views.

Recording was a little off though. Some mistakes were not edited out. Narrator reads some words wrong, and some of his pronunciations are not right. A little cringe. Doesn’t ruin the book though.

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  • Marcin Dzialo
  • 11-19-21

My favourite one yet.

This one specially hits home. Definitely wanna explore the subject further. Rollo never fails to deliver. You can analyse and choose parts that refer to your own view and expand on it from different angles and perspective.

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  • duncan
  • 11-06-21

What happened to sam botta

It’s a great book filled with knowledge and pieces that have been missing in religious

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  • theJohn
  • 05-23-22

Good but overly verbose

Good listen, having listened to the previous three, but in this book Rollo exceeds himself when it comes to unnecessary verbiage.
"Don't use a five-dollar word when a fifty-cent word will do." - Mark Twain
Sentences, of which there are many like this one (towards the end of the book) give even Judith Butler a run for her money:

"While the neural mechanisms responsible for the correlation remain largely unknown, research suggests that the variation in OXTR is most likely to influence moral judgement by modulating the influence of oxytocin, with a neural pathways that had previously been identified as preferentially supporting the ontological moral judgement."

I think RT's first book is still the best.

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  • 03-05-22

A good addition to the Tomassi Series

It complements the previous books by Tomassi.
Read it if you have any affiliations with the major religions today, in order to understand how religions have been feminised and how this affects us as men.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 01-11-22

A book that is half apology and half hard truth

A book that starts as an apologist for the red pill which isn’t really need it I mean rollo might be one of the founding fathers of the red pill but a lot of different groups at that time saw the rise of social media and the Internet as a means of getting their point of view across outside of the mainstream media And I mean I he know he wanted the red pill to not to be politicise but anything that challenges mainstream orthodoxy is going to be controversial as people begin to wake up and begin to question are we really better off than North Korea and Somalia or are we just a different kind of messed up society

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-25-21

It's good but rollo is very repetitive

This is good content and I have enjoyed the whole series but this book is a bit long winded and hard to stay attentive to due to unnecessary repetition. Could also probably be a few hours shorter for the same reason.

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