Natural Atheism

Natural Atheism Everything is here to help those who are already atheists better understand the logic of their lives and see Atheism s social and political implications

  • Title: Natural Atheism
  • Author: Jack David Eller
  • ISBN: 9781578849208
  • Page: 129
  • Format: Paperback
  • Everything is here to help those who are already atheists better understand the logic of their lives and see Atheism s social and political implications.

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  • Natural Atheism by David Eller"Natural Atheism" is a thought-provoking, and inspiring book about atheism. Anthropologist and accomplished author David Eller provides the reader with an intellectual treat about one's natural-born atheism. This insightful 352-page book is broken out into the following twelve chapters: 1. Twelve Steps to Atheism, 2. Thinking About Thinking - A Short Course on Reason, 3. Proofs and Principles -- Unreason, Religion, and Relativism, 4. Anthropology and Freethought -- [...]


  • Okay I admit that even though I gave this book a 5 there will be many people who either just do not like the book or even absolutely hate it. Well, that's their problem. I have had the book for years, but I kept putting off reading it as the title and cover made me concerned that it would be a bit to new-agey, with a finding-god-in-nature tint. Nope, that is just unfortunate marketing -- the cover does not fit at all, IM(not-so-)HO. This book is the CLOSEST to a detailed, complete discription of [...]


  • This was one of the best books on atheism I've read in years! Very straightforward and logically written. This would be an excellent first book to read for somebody new to atheism.



  • Makes a pretty good argument that worship is in itself immoral. The primary argument is that all people are naturally atheists and must be made to be religious.


  • For a fast reader like me it was a long slog. I'd have preferred a plain language version although I know that might not be possible.


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