The Militant Agnostic
With sword and buckler, E. Haldeman-Julius, publisher of the famed Blue Books, declared war on the enemies of freethought.
This wide-ranging, candid, and humorous collection of articles and essays attacking organized religion in its various forms, covers such topics as biblical errancy, the miraculous, the number of churches in America, the skepticism of Mark Twain, and Upton Sinclair and Jesus. This classic volume also discusses many serious issues still of vital concern to us today, including fundamentalists' attacks on science and culture, extremism, and the debate over religious instruction in public schools.
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