Disbelief 101

Disbelief 101

A Young Person's Guide to Atheism

eBook - 2009
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"Filled with wit, humor, and clear metaphor, this exploration into atheism is written specifically for young adults, though any adult interested in learning more about atheism will find value within. Not just focused on atheism, this crash course in logical thinking addresses the issues of indoctrination, whether it be religious, political, or commercial, and makes the case that morality is created through reasoning and logic, not through divine communication. Many hot topics are touched upon, such as traditional arguments for God's existence, the relationship of evolution and religious belief, the incompatible nature of science and religion, and the harmfulness of both Christianity and Islam."-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : See Sharp Press, 2009.
ISBN: 9781884365546
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource (112 pages)
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Additional Contributors: Flynn, Tom


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Oct 12, 2014

Also, look for:
“Maybe Yes, Maybe No : a guide for young skeptics”
Barker, Daniel Edwin “Dan” 1949- author, Strassburg, Brian illustrations,
Prometheus Books, 1990 pbk,
ISBN - 10: 0879756079, ISBN - 13: 9780879756079
“Maybe Right, Maybe Wrong “
also by Barker, Daniel Edwin “Dan” 1949- author, Strassburg, Brian illustrations . . . . Prometheus Books 1992 pbk
ISBN - 10: 0879757310, ISBN - 13: 9780879757311


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