Atheist Voices of Minnesota

Atheist Voices of Minnesota
An Anthology of Personal Stories

Cover of Atheist Voices of Minnesota, featuring city and prairiescapes.

All net proceeds from the sale of this book go to Minnesota Atheists.

“As much as we can, whenever we can, we have to tell our stories. Exactly as the writers in this book have done.”

-from the Foreword by Greta Christina

Atheists have turned a corner in public visibility in recent years, but they nevertheless remain one of America’s most misunderstood and mistrusted groups of people. Atheist Voices of Minnesota attempts to address these preconceptions by letting thirty-six atheists openly share their personal and unique stories. The results are touching, fascinating, and diverse. This collection is an excellent introduction to atheism, and will inspire other atheists to come out to their family and friends.

It is available at Amazon, B&, and other booksellers, and directly through the Minnesota Atheists online store. It’s also available in eBook format for Kindle and Nook. Remember, all net proceeds from the sale of this book go to Minnesota Atheists.

Praise for Atheist Voices of Minnesota

A chorus not of arguments and positions but of shared human lives. … At turns smart, funny, and deeply touching.

–Dale McGowan, author and editor of Parenting Beyond Belief and Raising Freethinkers

Beautifully illustrates the variety of ideas and feelings that characterize atheism. … Their thoughtful perspectives will be illuminating to people of any faith, or none.

–Kendyl Gibbons, senior minister of the First Unitarian Society

The variety of voices speaks to current and future atheists all across the country. … I highly recommend it.

–Hemant Mehta, author of the blog

This is a rich and compelling fabric of first-person accounts by atheists of every variety and from every walk of life.

—Tom Flynn, executive director of The Council for Secular Humanism, editor of Free Inquiry

The heartfelt stories in this book from old and young, rich and poor, gay and straight, men and women, and people from all walks of life makes it difficult to stereotype atheists.

—Herb Silverman, founder and president of the Secular Coalition for America, author of Candidate without a Prayer

Witty and wise, personal and universal, these short essays are a welcome addition to the current literature on atheism. … Deserves to be on the shelf of all secularists.

— Jennifer Michael Hecht, author of Doubt: A History and The End of the Soul