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The Book of Morality By Matthew Benjamin
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The Book of Morality is a biblical book for contemporary times. It tells of a man’s efforts to teach a message of Ethical Monotheism – God exists, and God’s primary expectation of... More > human beings is righteous conduct. People of different religions and philosophical perspectives confront the messenger at all turns. His dialogues with these interlocutors address the gamut of theological, religious and moral issues. The Book squarely addresses the vitriolic arguments propounded by the so-called "New Atheists" (Sam Harris, Richard Dawkins, etc.), but its moderate, open-minded approach contrasts starkly with their rigid polemics. The book also challenges the religious forces that tend to undermine Ethical Monotheism in the three major monotheistic faiths. The horror of 9/11 looms large in its pages, as do the atrocities of the 20th century. The Book of Morality offers new ideas and insights on questions that inform how we conduct ourselves and who we want to be.< Less
Ask Yourself To Be Moral By D. Cancilla
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Before you can be a moral person, you must have a valid moral philosophy. Ask Yourself to be Moral teaches you the two questions you need to ask yourself to help ensure that your personal morality is... More > something you can be confident in. The book also includes copious examples of errors in moral reasoning, and more than a hundred pages of practical examples of moral thinking to help you develop your personal morality. Although the book does not have a religious agenda, both atheists and theists will find challenges to their deepest-held beliefs. No matter whether your morality is grounded in faith or reason, Ask Yourself to be Moral will help you develop it to its fullest potential.< Less
Religion Is A Joke By Daniel Grimes
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Why religion is a joke and how i came to this conclusion. I have had thoughts of religion for an extreme length of time and have finally written them all down. A light read that questions faith and... More > its morals< Less
Religion for Infidels By Anthony M. Ludovici
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A tour de force from Anthony Ludovici which addresses one of his favorite subjects: the issue of what he sees as the negative role of Christianity in the development of Western philosophy and morals,... More > and how the opposite position—outright atheism—is equally unacceptable. Instead, as he details in this work, a mean must be sought which encompasses reality, a lack of superstition, and a spiritual worldview which encourages personal health and well-being, and serves the betterment of all humanity. The first part of this book is devoted to a detailed analysis of why, as the author titled many of the chapters, Christianity is “not the thoughtful man’s religion” and actually harmful to European racial interests. He then moves on in the second section to spell out the desirable virtues of what he sees as a realistic religious approach: a true religion for infidels, based on what is best for society and the common good.< Less
Religion for Infidels By Anthony M. Ludovici
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A tour de force from Anthony Ludovici which addresses one of his favorite subjects: the issue of what he sees as the negative role of Christianity in the development of Western philosophy and morals,... More > and how the opposite position—outright atheism—is equally unacceptable. Instead, as he details in this work, a mean must be sought which encompasses reality, a lack of superstition, and a spiritual worldview which encourages personal health and well-being, and serves the betterment of all humanity. The first part of this book is devoted to a detailed analysis of why, as the author titled many of the chapters, Christianity is “not the thoughtful man’s religion” and actually harmful to European racial interests. He then moves on in the second section to spell out the desirable virtues of what he sees as a realistic religious approach: a true religion for infidels, based on what is best for society and the common good.< Less
Ask Yourself to Be Moral: The 2Q System Toward Better Thought By D. Cancilla
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Before you can be a moral person, you must have a valid moral philosophy. Ask Yourself to be Moral teaches you the two questions you need to ask yourself to help ensure that your personal morality is... More > something you can be confident in. The book also includes copious examples of errors in moral reasoning, and more than a hundred pages of practical examples of moral thinking to help you develop your personal morality. Although the book does not have a religious agenda, both atheists and theists will find challenges to their deepest-held beliefs. No matter whether your morality is grounded in faith or reason, Ask Yourself to be Moral will help you develop it to its fullest potential.< Less
Anselm's Gambit By Roger Talley
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Discusses "what do to when you decide there is no God", and how American culture interacts with religion and atheism. Proposes alternative sources of both morality and "faith"... More > for atheists.< Less
Anselm's Gambit By Roger Talley
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Atheists have created some myths – about themselves, about Christians, about society – to deal in part with questions that arise as implications of the “There is no God”... More > decision. But are those myths true? This book examines those issues. It also suggests questions atheists need to be addressing once they get past the “so now what?” stage: Do I really have the freedom of choice to make my personal decisions? If God doesn’t constrain our choices, what does? What are our morals and values, and where do they come from? What really is sacred? Why? Would Moses, Jesus, Mohammed or Buddha look at the religions and say, “Yup, that’s what I intended all along. Good job!” How did we end up as this dysfunctional based on what appear to be some fundamentally good ideas? What can that tell us about our situation now? Finally, if we are not to have faith in God, is faith itself closed to us? If not, what, exactly does that mean, and how can we use faith properly?< Less
My Arguments Against Christianity By Andrew Shaw
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For over 2,000 years Christianity has made extraordinary claims regarding the universe, reality, morality, life, and death. It has become the largest religion worldwide with around a third of the... More > world’s population adhering to its more than 30,000 different denominations. The problem is that many of these claims can be tested, reviewed, and addressed both skeptically and rationally. The purpose of this book is to spell out many of the problems and outright absurdities within this religion as well as concepts of a personal and loving deity. It is my hope that the future of our species belongs to the rationalists who have shaken off the shackles of religious belief and have embraced skepticism and reason. These are my arguments against Christianity.< Less
Open Your Mind to Reality By Vamshidhar Onteri
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As the world is getting more and more globalized, the communication between people with different beliefs, religions, races etc has been happening on a larger and faster scale unlike ever before.... More > This has resulted in clashes among different societies across the globe. This has created a lot of confusion and insecurity among societies all around the world. People have been debating about God, religion and morality on a larger scale. This book is written for those people who are fighting rigorous fundamentalism in their societies. Brings in new thoughts and ideas unlike written, discussed or argued before, debunking most of religious scriptures and beliefs. It helps in fighting fundamentalism and opens a believers mind to reality.< Less