Is a life without religion one without values or purpose? Julian Baggini emphatically says no. He sets out to dispel the myths surrounding atheism and to show how it can be both a meaningful and moral choice. He directly confronts the failure of officially atheist states in the twentieth century, and presents an intellectual case for atheism that rests as much on reasoned and positive arguments for its truth as on negative arguments against religion.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - br0k3nglass - LibraryThing
A very concise explanation of atheism. The author attempts to move beyond the simple "disbelief in god" stance and into what might be called the "average atheist world view". No doubt many atheists ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - rybeewoods - LibraryThing
Written by a knowledgable atheist. It was an easy read, it was a good learning tool, and it was a good argument for atheism (as good as one can expect). Read full review