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This book is not terribly deep, but it's a positive explanation of atheism without the usual shrill hatred of religion.Published 1 month ago by Rick
This is a nice primer for Humanists, Atheists and others who embrace, in Epstein's words, "A bold, resolute response to the fact that being a human is lonely and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by jacquelinemaxine
Too small print. Because of his complicated sentences, the small font makes it hard to read. I am a publisher and 11 pts in font is the standard for plain type. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mountaintop Graphics
Epstein has put together an excellent piece advocating for secularism, and humanism, while finding common ground with liberal believers. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Matthew O'Neil
I could not find a way to ask a question about this book. I want to know if readers think this book would be useful to those who are already versed in Humanism, and completely... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Anonymous
If you are an atheist exploring Humanism, or if you are just curious about Humanism, this is the place to start.Published 6 months ago by Michael K