50 Great Myths About Atheism by Russell Blackford

By Russell Blackford

Tackling a bunch of myths and prejudices more often than not leveled at atheism, this eye-catching quantity bursts with gleaming, eloquent arguments on each web page. The authors rebut claims that variety from atheism being simply one other faith to the alleged atrocities dedicated in its name.

  • An available but scholarly statement on hot-button concerns within the debate over spiritual belief
  • Teaches serious considering talents via distinct, rational argument
  • Objectively considers each one delusion on its merits
  • Includes a historical past of atheism and its advocates, an appendix detailing atheist companies, and an in depth bibliography
  • Explains the variations among atheism and similar strategies comparable to agnosticism and naturalism

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