Books in category Religion – Atheism

  • God

    God
    Paul Carus

    Carus called himself "an atheist who loved God," and here, in this 1908 work, he explores the modern idea of the deity and how our relationship to that idea is important for believers and unbelievers alike.

  • Out of God s Closet

    Out of God’s Closet
    Stephen Frederick Uhl

    Faithful Catholic priestbecomeatheist psychologist shows how he shucked and how the reader can shuck childhood prejudices and superstitions to thrill to the modified Golden Rule. This book could have been titled The Book of Tolerance.

  • Losing Our Religion

    Losing Our Religion
    Christel Manning

    "The fastest growing religion in America is–none!

  • El alma del ate√ smo

    El alma del ateísmo
    André Comte-Sponville

    Comte-Sponville nos explica que lo verdaderamente importante no es Dios, ni la religión, sino la vida espiritual.

  • Spiritual Atheism

    Spiritual Atheism
    Steve Antinoff

    Argues that the central conflict of Western civilization is between spirituality and atheism, that the natural world cannot satisfy, that this dissatisfaction is intolerable, and that there is no God to provide comfort.

  • The Oxford Handbook of Atheism

    The Oxford Handbook of Atheism
    Stephen Bullivant, Michael Ruse

    This handbook is a pioneering edited volume, exploring atheism – understood in the broad sense of 'an absence of belief in the existence of a God or gods' – in its historical and contemporary expressions.

  • A Manual for Creating Atheists

    A Manual for Creating Atheists
    Peter Boghossian

    As an urgently needed counter to this tried-and-true tradition of religious evangelism, A Manual for Creating Atheists offers the first-ever guide not for talking people into faith‚ÄĒbut for talking them out of it.

  • A Short History of Atheism

    A Short History of Atheism
    Gavin Hyman

    Charting the rise of atheism as an explicit philosophical position (notably in the work of denis diderot), Hyman traces its development in the ideas of descartes, Locke and Berkeley, and draws too on the work of important contemporary …

  • Parenting Without God

    Parenting Without God
    Dan Arel

    Above all, the book argues that parents should lead by example‚ÄĒboth by speaking candidly about the importance of secularism and by living an openly secular life.

  • After the New Atheist Debate

    After the New Atheist Debate
    Phil Ryan

    Drawing on the social sciences, philosophy, and theology, Ryan examines the claims of the New Atheists and of their various religious and secular opponents and finds both sides wanting.

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