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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.
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
Against Religions - Atheism By Karl Dallas
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Against Religions is a series of books devoted to the study of belief systems, such as Atheism, Darwinism, Feminism, Marxism-Leninism, Non-violence, Paganism, Sexuality, etc. This, the second book in... More > the series, analyses atheism, explains why it is a religion that must be subjected to the same analyses as other belief systems, why true atheists are closer to God than many believers, and looks in detail at the so-called "new atheists", with a special emphasis on the work of Richard Dawkins. It is hoped these books will challenge the faiths of some, and the lack of faith of others.< Less
The Necessity of Atheism By David Marshall Brooks
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When the principles of freethought shall have dispelled the intellectual cloud of the God-idea and the vanishing dream of a heaven which has too long drawn men's eyes away from this earth, then, and... More > then only, will these words of Cicero have widespread meaning:"Men were born for the sake of men, that each should assist the others."< 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
Atheism Religion and Life (A Layman's Perspective) By Brian Hinkley
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A book that lays bare the fallacy of religion. It makes an unmistakable statement on the personal effect religion has on the individual; and the damage inflicted on the cultural, political and... More > economic life of the world’s population. Arguments for and against religion, atheism and the philosophy of life are examined, but always geared towards the layman. Humour, and irreverent commentary, assists the reader to question Bible events, in a fashion that helps the ordinary person to understand religion from an atheist’s perspective. The bogus claims made by religions, are dissected by the clever use of stories, quotes, and examining relevant sections of the Bible. Veiled sections of the Bible that most of the public either have never heard of, or don’t believe exist are exposed. A provocative read to challenge both the religious and non-religious. It is concise and understandable. Agree or disagree, one thing all critics agree upon, it will make you think about life and religion.< Less
The Reason Revolution: Atheism, Secular Humanism, and the Collapse of Religion By Dan Dana
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This short book, only 8,000 finely crafted words, is destined to be one of the most cited and influential modern treatises on atheism and secular humanism. It focuses squarely on the inherent... More > irrationality of religion, and reveals its utter irreconcilability with science. Offering several "reconciliation theories" to people of faith, it forces every reader to make a choice.< Less
Atheism: The Theological Default By Alex Chamden, Alain Marcel
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Atheism: The Theological Default is a compilation of philosophical and theological examination, a search for knowledge and truth, and an intellectually honest look at religion, particularly... More > Christianity. This compilation includes a glossary as well as a list of references for those seeking guidance and information on atheism. This book challenges the very core of consciousness and entices the reader to partake in alternative views as well as question the meaning of their world, both subjectively and objectively. It exposes the reader to an array of topics and historical events, demanding an understanding of chronology and the importance of history. Atheism: The Theological Default presents a lucid and valid argument for the global atheist community that amasses a bevy of resources and data into one accessible and organized composition.< Less