abeer asked:

does this book have anything about religions? if yes which one? or maybe atheist?

Alsweider There are symbols from different religions, cultures, times, believe systems and mythologies in the book, including Judaism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Buddhism. I didn't see any specific atheistic symbols, but you can find secular and modern things in it like firearms, cars or a metro/underground.
Jan Off course, it cannot be otherwise, because all religion use symbols and all symbols have religious meaning. A book like this cannot have anything against religions.

Symbols transform and transforming creates symbols, the two go hand-in-hand. (This explains the picture of a (stone?) hand on the cover). You can be an agnostic atheist or theist.
Richard Osborne Maybe - atheism is essentially the context to study of religion - if you take on the beliefs yourself you can't study it objectively ;)
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