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Atheism By David Wilkinson
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Atheism explores the problems with religion, why people are religious, why religions are false and life without religion.
Atheism By David Wilkinson
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Atheism explores the problems with religion, why people are religious, why religions are false and life without religion.
Atheism Is the Default Position Aka Nonsense By Atheism is Wrong
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Atheism is not the default position despite what many atheists persist. The default position is nothing. To be an atheist you must first become aware of the concept of gods to reject them either... More > consciously or unconsciously. To disbelieve in something you must first acquire knowledge. If we were to accept that atheism is the default position then we must also accept that anti-science is the default position of all humans, since no one is born with an innate knowledge of science but this too would be nonsense. Those who reject different forms of science must first learn of the science to reject it and be anti-science. Likewise an atheist must learn of the concept of God to disbelieve or reject his existence and to declare themselves as an atheist with an understanding of what that means to be atheist. Atheism with not being the default position is then just like any other philosophical position: it too has its point to prove and it fails to do that. This short ebook examines why that is.< Less
Atheists Are More Intelligent? Refuting That Old Atheist Myth By Atheism is Wrong
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This is a short ebook addressing the claim that atheists are smarter than non-atheists. This ebook exposes how that claim is a lie based on atheists misrepresenting and misinterpreting data to suit... More > their agenda. We find that atheists aren't more intelligent, in fact, according to The Psychology of Atheism, many atheists became atheists for motivational reasons rather than rational reasons during their adolescence suggesting a link between emotional thinking and atheism. (Source The Psychology of Atheism [2013]. Oxford Handbook of Atheism Page 470) This seems to be reinforced by the fact that many atheists use emotional arguments to support atheism (i.e "bad things happen in the world ergo god doesn't exist").< Less
Religion Is the Opium of the People? Nonsense By Atheism is Wrong
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This short ebook contains a refutation to the common atheist and anti-religionist claim that religion is the opium of the people: a delusion for those who practice it. This ebook examines that claim... More > and concludes in the end that if religion is to be considered opium then so should everything else that distracts us from "real world issues" such as working for a living.< Less
Dialectical Atheism By Philip A. Stahl
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Dialectical Atheism marks the third and final book in Philip A. Stahl’s Atheist Trilogy, which began with The Atheist’s Handbook to Modern Materialism (2000) and was followed by: Atheism:... More > A Beginner’s Handbook (2007). The aim is to show potential atheists how to wage verbal combat against foes, or those who criticize atheism. The book is not intended to be exhaustive in this respect, but mainly to show how one atheist took up the challenge and dealt with it in a variety of venues and altercations.< Less
Dialectical Atheism By Philip A. Stahl
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Dialectical Atheism marks the third and final book in Philip A. Stahl’s Atheist Trilogy, which began with The Atheist’s Handbook to Modern Materialism (2000) and was followed by: Atheism:... More > A Beginner’s Handbook (2007). The aim is to show potential atheists how to wage verbal combat against foes, or those who criticize atheism. The book is not intended to be exhaustive in this respect, but mainly to show how one atheist took up the challenge and dealt with it in a variety of venues and altercations.< Less
The Roots of Atheism By John Thwaytes
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This free e-book is a sample of my first book "God of the Orphans", chapter Six. It probes the roots of the atheism that has become so prevalent in Western civilization since the sixteenth... More > century.< Less
Atheism is Winning! By Anonymous
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We live in a world of radical hypocrisy...Priests, terrorists and Christian Evangelists use iPhones...access satellite networks...drive automobiles and seem to exist in some kind of imaginary bubble... More > untouched by reality. How is this possible? How can such a large number of people both demand modern technology while still refusing to listen to the very people who brought it to them? In an age of motor cars, electric light bulbs and rockets to the moon, more than half the world still insists on keeping their faith in God, even while the most rational minds are calling this behavior dangerous, archaic and possibly insane. Perhaps this is something we should talk about. But is anyone listening? Perhaps I should say it louder... Book features a variety of essays, both humorous and serious on the issues of Atheism, Marketing, Hypocrisy, Seduction, Religion, Psychology of Belief, "New Atheism", Failures of Buddhism, The Templeton Prize, Beyond Sartre's "Reef of Solipsism", and other mildly poetic thoughts.< Less
Atheism Is Winning! By Anonymous
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We live in a world of radical hypocrisy...Priests, terrorists and Christian Evangelists use iPhones...access satellite networks...drive automobiles and seem to exist in some kind of imaginary bubble... More > untouched by reality. How is this possible? How can such a large number of people both demand modern technology while still refusing to listen to the very people who brought it to them? In an age of motor cars, electric light bulbs and rockets to the moon, more than half the world still insists on keeping their faith in God, even while the most rational minds are calling this behavior dangerous, archaic and possibly insane. Perhaps this is something we should talk about. But is anyone listening? Perhaps I should say it louder... Book features a variety of essays, both humorous and serious on the issues of Atheism, Marketing, Hypocrisy, Seduction, Religion, Psychology of Belief, "New Atheism", Failures of Buddhism, The Templeton Prize, Beyond Sartre's "Reef of Solipsism", and other mildly poetic thoughts.< Less