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By Russell Blackford, Udo Schuklenk

50 Voices of Disbelief: Why we're Atheists offers a set of unique essays drawn from a world team of sought after voices within the fields of academia, technology, literature, media and politics who supply rigorously thought of statements of why they're atheists.

encompasses a actually foreign forged of participants, starting from public intellectuals corresponding to Peter Singer, Susan Blackmore, and A.C. Grayling, novelists, corresponding to Joe Haldeman, and heavyweight philosophers of faith, together with Graham Oppy and Michael Tooley

Contributions variety from rigorous philosophical arguments to hugely own, even whimsical, debts of ways each one of those amazing thinkers have come to reject faith of their lives

prone to have wide allure given the present public fascination with spiritual concerns and the reception of such books because the God fantasy and the top of religion

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