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Atheism Advanced answers many questions, including: Why must Atheists stop 'speaking Christian?' -- not only to prevent religionists from setting the terms of debate but also to prevent them from determining the very thoughts we think? Are there any religions without gods? How are gods created, and are they being manufactured today? Why is science necessarily atheistic? Wh ...more
Paperback, 490 pages
Published February 1st 2008 by American Atheist Press (first published January 1st 2007)
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"Atheism Advanced" is the interesting, and educational book that inspires atheists to advance their own words and proceed to their own worlds. It's a cogent plea backed by persuasive arguments that compels freethinkers to formulat
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I particularly enjoyed the aphorisms.

Brilliant book. Should be read by every atheist and theist. Found it challenging, provocative, and carefully reasoned. One of the most compelling books I've read by an atheist. Author is an anthropologist and philosopher and the material he provides on religions generally is excellent. Promotes what he calls discredism - the complete eschewal of belief defined as something held by someone without adequate evidence. Argues that atheists must stop letting religionists (in particular Christians) s
WOW! Even though I have just finished this book I can honestly say that it deserves several readings.
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