Atheism Advanced: Further Thoughts of a Freethinker

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American Atheist Press, 2007 - Religion - 468 pages
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An anthropological and philosophical deconstruction of religion, religious language, and the danger of relying on belief or faith instead of knowledge. Athyeism is shown to lead to discredism a rejection of belief as well as a rejection of gods.

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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 ... Read full review

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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 ... Read full review

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Contents

What is Religion?
67
Religion and
267
Bibliography and References
427
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

Frank R. Zindler has been an atheist activist since 1959, when he began publicly to defend the teaching of evolution and to criticize religious encroachments upon the public sphere. A professor of biology and geology at Fulton-Montgomery Community College (State University of New York) for almost 20 years, he was forced to give up teaching when he joined Madalyn Murray O'Hair in a lawsuit that attempted to remove "In God We Trust" from American currency. A linguist and editor of scientific literature, he is a former member of The Jesus Seminar and a current member of The Jesus Project. He is a veteran of over 400 radio and television interviews and debates in defense of atheism. This entire series includes "Volume I: Religion & Scriptures," "Volume II: Science & Pseudoscience," and "Volume IV: Omnium - Gatherum." "Volume V: Atheist at Large" is forthcoming. He is the author of The Jesus the Jews Never Knew, also from American Atheist Press.

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