David Mills is an atheist and an author who argues that science and religion cannot be successfully reconciled. Mills' best-known book, Atheist Universe, was among the flagship titles, first appearing in 2004, later dubbed the "new atheism." Mills' book was Amazon.com's best-selling atheist volume from August 2004 through October 2006, when its sales were superseded by The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins. Dawkins cites Mills' writings as "admirable work." Mills claims in his books to rebut both young- and old-earth creation science, as well as Intelligent design.
David Mills has also written best-selling psychology and self-help literature for the Albert Ellis Institute in New York and for psychotherapy clients worldwide. During the 1980s, David worked as a journalist covering NASA's Space Shuttle program at the Kennedy Space Center, and has himself flown aboard NASA's Zero G training craft.
Born in 1959, David Mills is single, lives in Huntington, West Virginia, and has one 16-year-old daughter, Sophia. His website is http://www.DavidMills.Net and his email is firstname.lastname@example.org.