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Atheists Burning in Hell By Atheists are spastics
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A short story about what happens to atheists in Hell. This book is a spin off from "The Fate Of An Atheist series".
Atheists Burning in Hell By Atheists are spastics
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A short story about what happens to atheists in Hell. This book is a spin off from "The Fate Of An Atheist series".
An Accidental Atheist By John Kelly
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Australian author, John Kelly gives us this delightfully funny, yet poignant, bittersweet account of life in Australia both past and present as he confronts and tackles his demons both real and... More > imagined. "I grew up in East Kew in Melbourne; there's probably a plaque there somewhere to mark the event. Back then, the world of actinic keratosis, basal cell carcinomas, squamous cell carcinomas, malignant cutaneous fibrous histiocytomas and melanomas were a lifetime away. Back then there was just the Sun." A great account of a life lived, the highs, the lows, the pain and sorrow, along with impressions of great joy and happiness.< Less
Poems for Atheists By Christopher Dandy
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This book of verse helps to show that you can have a soul without needing to believe in the supernatural.
The Atheists Are Revolting! By Nick Gisburne
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From The Rational Response Squad to The Blasphemy Challenge. From The God Delusion to The End of Faith and The God Who Wasn't There, atheists are on the move and in the news. Richard Dawkins, Sam... More > Harris, Brian Flemming, all have set the tone for modern atheism, openly challenging religion in society and to demand equal air time in an increasingly intolerant religious/political environment.Outspoken atheist Nick Gisburne has written a new book for atheists, at times openly parodying Christianity, but always keeping both eyes firmly on the central, serious theme: give no respect to a belief system based on ancient myths, for which there is no proof. This book hacks at the shiny veneer of 'God is love' and reveals the true message of the Christian religion: 'serve God or burn'.Part of the rising phenomenon known as the 'YouTube Atheists', popular video blogger Nick Gisburne returns with a feast of short, sharp arguments to rattle the foundations of Christianity.Look out, The Atheists Are Revolting!< Less
The Atheists Are Revolting! By Nick Gisburne
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From The Rational Response Squad to The Blasphemy Challenge. From The God Delusion to The End of Faith and The God Who Wasn't There, atheists are on the move and in the news. Richard Dawkins, Sam... More > Harris, Brian Flemming, all have set the tone for modern atheism, openly challenging religion in society and to demand equal air time in an increasingly intolerant religious/political environment.Outspoken atheist Nick Gisburne has written a new book for atheists, at times openly parodying Christianity, but always keeping both eyes firmly on the central, serious theme: give no respect to a belief system based on ancient myths, for which there is no proof. This book hacks at the shiny veneer of 'God is love' and reveals the true message of the Christian religion: 'serve God or burn'.Part of the rising phenomenon known as the 'YouTube Atheists', popular video blogger Nick Gisburne returns with a feast of short, sharp arguments to rattle the foundations of Christianity.Look out, The Atheists Are Revolting!< Less
Atheist's Prayerbook By Conrad Cook
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These are the notes of Conrad Cook, a self-described atheistic mystic who tells the story of going overseas to learn about brotherly love and teach English, but instead being hit by bad luck and... More > cultural misunderstanding. He confides that he has developed a kind of second sight that has on more than one occasion kept him alive, and tells him now something big is about to go down in his life. There's a problem: He does not believe in second sight. Nevertheless, his second sight has so compellingly convinced him of its validity that he has undertaken to put together his notes for those who are interested in reading of his strange journey, and knowing how to avoid the pitfalls he has encountered. "This is a short manual on cultivating your soul and fostering your relationship with the divine. The effects of this process are comfort in times of crisis, relief from suffering, blessedness, and second sight. None of this is about what you believe. It is about faith, and orienting your soul properly."< Less
How to be an Atheist By Brian Smallerhat
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Written more than 20 years ago and regarded by many publishers as too hot to handle, `How to be an Atheist` is thoughtful, easy to read, and wickedly entertaining. What did this author have to say,... More > in a book that pre-dates Dawkins and Hitchens by more than two decades, and made publishers shudder? Well, as they say, `Now it can be sold`! Brian confronts those who, he says, have `fallen into a trap` - Christians and other Believers - wishing, as did Feuerbach, that they were `friends of Man rather than friends of God`. Brian suggests that we throw out the New Testament parables and the miracles of Jesus – a `misguided young Jew` - as both confusing and irrelevant. He also recommends the publication of an `Honest` Old Testament, with a critical glossary alongside every page. There is also a piercing chapter on Sex and Sin guaranteed to make your eyes water. `If God wants me,` Brian told himself as a young student, `he can bloody-well come and get me.` God still hasn`t, despite those wicked cartoons!< Less
How to be an Atheist By Brian Smallerhat
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Written more than 20 years ago and regarded by many publishers as too hot to handle, `How to be an Atheist` is thoughtful, easy to read, and wickedly entertaining. What did this author have to say,... More > in a book that pre-dates Dawkins and Hitchens by more than two decades, and made publishers shudder? Well, as they say, `Now it can be sold`! Brian confronts those who, he says, have `fallen into a trap` - Christians and other Believers - wishing, as did Feuerbach, that they were `friends of Man rather than friends of God`. Brian suggests that we throw out the New Testament parables and the miracles of Jesus – a `misguided young Jew` - as both confusing and irrelevant. He also recommends the publication of an `Honest` Old Testament, with a critical glossary alongside every page. There is also a piercing chapter on Sex and Sin guaranteed to make your eyes water. `If God wants me,` Brian told himself as a young student, `he can bloody-well come and get me.` God still hasn`t, despite those wicked cartoons!< Less
Response to an Atheist By Christopher B. Davis
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A rebuttal argument to an article written by professor, author, and self-proclaimed atheist H.J. McCloskey. Dr. James Dew (Ph.D) professor at Liberty University said, "...well written and... More > thought out. It does a good job of engaging McCloskey’s argument. [Christopher deals] with [McCloskey's] points in a thoughtful fashion that is respectful and responsible." "Response to an Atheist" is available for purchase, or you can view it right here for free by clicking the "Preview" icon. (© January 2010, printed version made available September 2011)< Less

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