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The Skeptic's Perspective: An Atheist Reads the Bible By Jeffrey Lewis
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As a former Christian turned atheist, the author is reading the Bible cover to cover for the second time in his life, but this time from a fresh perspective. He began a public journal of sorts on... More > his website, posting weekly entries as he made his way through the various books of the Bible. This series consolidates all those entries into a convenient, printed collection, with this first volume covering the Pentateuch and Historical Books, or the books from Genesis through Esther. While one might worry that it would be easy for a skeptic to fall into mocking when speaking of the Bible, this collection offers thoughtful discussion. Part summary, part interpretation, and part commentary, follow along on the author’s journey through the most popular book ever published.< Less
God? Leaving Christianity By Jeffrey Lewis
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I grew up in a religious house. We went to church every Sunday; my mother was director of the CCD program; my brothers and I were even altar boys. This wasn’t all just ceremony. I sincerely... More > believed in God and Jesus, and thought I could feel His presence when I prayed. But as I got older, I began to question my religious beliefs, and eventually realized that I’d been mistaken. There was no moment of epiphany. The gradual realization came after several years of research and intense self-reflection. During the course of that transformation and afterwards, I wrote several essays documenting the thought process that I went through in abandoning Christianity, as well as some of my current positions as a nonbeliever. This book is a collection of some of those essays.< Less
Leaving Christianity By Jeffrey Lewis
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I grew up in a religious house. We went to church every Sunday; my mother was director of the CCD program; my brothers and I were even altar boys (with none of the controversy that now seems so... More > prevalent, I might add). This wasn’t all just ceremony. I sincerely believed in God and Jesus, and thought I could feel His presence when I prayed. But as I got older, I began to question my religious beliefs, and eventually realized that I’d been mistaken. There was no moment of epiphany. The gradual realization came after several years of research and intense self-reflection. During the course of that transformation and afterwards, I wrote several essays documenting the thought process that I went through in abandoning Christianity, as well as some of my current positions as a nonbeliever. This book is a collection of some of those essays.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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