In Defense of Atheism

In Defense of Atheism

The Case Against Christianity, Judaism and Islam

Book - 2007
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In the 21st century, religion is making a comeback, bringing in its wake extremism of all kinds, from Christian anti-abortion campaigns to suicide bombers claiming the righteousness of Islam. Michel Onfray's response to the threat of a post-modern theocracy is to lay down the principles of an authentic atheism.
Publisher: Toronto : Penguin Group, c2007.
ISBN: 9780670067244
0670067245
Branch Call Number: 211. 8 ONF
Characteristics: xvi, 219 p.
Alternative Title: In defence of atheism

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StarGladiator
Dec 06, 2014

Oh wow, dudes, hasn't this author heard of that big book written by those Jewish guys? Or that other book written by those Arab guys? Or that stuff written by those guys in that wacko town on the Gulf Coast in Florida, the Church of Scientificology? Or those Wall Street guys who wrote the book of TED? Talking snakes, anyone?

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keithaustin
Dec 05, 2014

Amazingly written, a perfect book that hits home why atheists don't believe in religion. A great book to refer to friends and family that might have a hard time with your atheist beliefs.

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sinbad64
May 18, 2013

Many tidbits of religious history with a plethora of anti-religious rants scattered throughout. Generally well written, but ultimately lacks the overall "cement" that would bind it into a true manifesto. It is, however, well worth the read.

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KerrAvon
Jul 15, 2011

AWESOME READ! Learned many new things and just couldn't put the book down. Jesus, what a concept! The coffee is strong and black! No sugar or creamers here! Great!

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