The list author says: "Books to meditate on Frederic Bastiat's quotation: "When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men living together in society, they create for themselves, in the course of time, a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that glorifies it.""
"This book outlines the basic rationale of why humanist ethics is superior to any religion-based ethics. The author presents a code of humanist ethics based on the natural dignity and inherent worth of all human beings."
"This is a presentation of religion as a cultural virus, how it survives, and how and why it continues to thrive. The book gives excellent advice on how to live life without the crutch of religion, from marriage to raising children."
"Why people acquire, maintain, and protect unreasonable religious beliefs, and what are the consequences: gender inequality, homophobia, lack of intellectual honesty, self-righteousness, intolerance, propagation of falsehood, and in some instances, the advocacy of violence and terrorism."