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A PIE IN THE FACE
OF THE SELF-RIGHTEOUS

Smart and thought-provoking, clever and humorous, The Wit and Blasphemy of Atheists takes on religion and god with an entertaining skepticism. These savvy quotes come from freethinkers and notable figures in every field of thought-philosophers, writers, comedians, and more.

All thinking men are atheists.
— Ernest Hemingway

If absolute p
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Paperback, 208 pages
Published March 1st 2011 by Ulysses Press
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Richard Mulholland
I thought it fitting to finish of this book that has been keeping me company for nearly a year of poo-stops on Easter.

A good fun collection of quotes that should be on every sceptic's bookshelf/cistern.
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Jonathan C. Criswell is the prodigal son of a fundamentalist Southern Baptist minister. He received a degree in philosophy and has spent 20 years studying comparative religion, secular humanism, and atheism.
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