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Running in Place

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Running in Place: The Cautionary Saga of a Few Fearless Atheists Pursuing a Reasonable Dream in an Unreasonable World
By M.A. Castle

A history of our atheist activism from the 1980s to 2010.
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With a Skeptical Eye: Poems of Irreligion

With a Skeptical Eye: Poems of Irreligion
By Stephen Van Eck
Insights into the effect of religion, "A curious mixture of venom and bile, half carrot, half stick, all cunning and guile."
(5.5 x 8.5, 76 pages, color cover)

May the Farce be with You

May the Farce be with You:
A Lighthearted Look at Why God Does Not Exist.
By April Pedersen
Many hilarious cartoons by Pedersen.
(5.5 x 8.5, 20 pages)

My Purpose Driven Death

My Purpose Driven Death:
How I Managed to Become One Lucky Stiff
By Annie Chase
The definitive narrative for the death with dignity cause.
(5.5 x 8.5, 32 pages, color cover)

India's Atheist Centre: Where Atheism Works

India's Atheist Centre:
Where Atheism Works
By M.A. Castle
History & cultural setting of "Crown Jewel of Atheism."
(8.5 x 11, 26 pages, comb bound, full color throughout)

All About gods

All About Gods:
Can a World of Fantasy, Fraud
& Mass Insanity be Demolished
by Facts? It's Worth a Try
By M.A. Castle
Thorough demolition of religious claims.
(5.5 x 8.5, 36 pages, color cover
& illustrations)

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Spiritual Snake Oil: Fads & Fallacies in Pop Culture

#6. Spiritual Snake Oil:
Fads & Fallacies in Pop Culture
By Chris Edwards
The author of Disbelief 101: A Young Person's Guide to Atheism, takes on New Age spirituality this time and gives it a well-deserved butt-kicking introduction to reality. Near-death experiences, a magic-driven nature, "secret" cures — all are exposed to Edwards' clearly written light of reason.
(142 pp, soft cover)


#7. Whale Falls:
An Exploration of Belief and its Consequences
By Cecil Bothwell
This book is astonishing. The writing is superb, and Bothwell's vignettes of survival and perseverance are so compelling it is hard to put the book down. The cover summarizes it all: "Beginning with Neanderthal confrontation with a beached whale, Bothwell carries the reader across centuries and continents to listen to the ocean-spanning songs of modern-day cetaceans. Theory of mind, indigenous rights, LSD, Viking settlements, mummies, homesteading, cancer, chaos theory, and terrorism appear and recede beneath the wheels, beyond the wake of a vehicle carrying us to uncharted waters."
(224 pp, soft cover)

The Mormon Cult

#8. The Mormon Cult:
A Former Missionary Reveals the Secrets of Mormon Mind Control
By Jack B. Worthy
This book explores the world of Mormon indoctrination with sometimes heartbreaking poignancy. "Jack B. Worthy" is, of course, a pseudonym, taken because the author's apostasy made him, in the view of his church, "unworthy." This book does more than describe the religion's absurd beliefs and practices. It shows their destructive effects on the basically good people ensnared by them — the useless drudgery, shredded human potential, and denial of life's simple pleasures. One cannot help but cheer when the lure of church-unauthorized sex (it's "Second Only to Murder," p.147) overcomes the author's brainwashing, and he says, "I accepted the invitation I saw in her eyes." It got him kicked out of the church, but he was free at last.
(211pp, soft cover)
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