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Kamrin’s Corner: Godless

By Kamrin Duncan Godless is a young adult novel, published in 2004, by Pete Hautman. Godless stands out with its bold title, especially in the YA genre. Surprisingly, the book does maintain a neutrality between religion and atheism and rather evaluates the dangers of religion and power while exploring the Read more…

Book Review: Waking Up by Sam Harris

By Grant Steves Waking Up: A Guide to Spirituality Without Religion (Sam Harris) – 256 pages; Simon & Schuster (September 9, 2014) Sam Harris appears to be a contradiction. Can you be an atheist and be spiritual? Harris has, through his past books and debates, established himself as an atheist. However, Read more…

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Book Review: Doubting Jesus’ Resurrection

By Greg Peterson Doubting Jesus’ Resurrection: What Happened in the Black Box? (Retails for $21.93 in Paperback) “Nothing is esteemed a miracle,” wrote brilliant Scottish philosopher David Hume, “if it ever happen in the common course of nature. It is no miracle that a man, seemingly in good health, should Read more…

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James Bond Meets Darth Vader

By Lewis Campbell Book Review: The Messiah Game: A Comedy of Terrors, Part I by Tom Flynn. See Sharp Press. In a far distant future, humans have colonized 42,000 planets in the Milky Way galaxy through a process that is no longer remembered. Only 2,000 of these planets have technologically Read more…

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Book Review: An Atheist Guerrilla Debating Manual

By Lewis Campbell Playing Chess with Pigeons: A Compendium of Fundamentalist Apologetics and their Refutations by Chuck Hall. BMDO Publications. Chuck Hall says he has been debating fundamentalist Christians for over forty years. Playing Chess with Pigeons certainly contains the largest arsenal of anti-fundamentalist debating points you are likely to Read more…