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Atheists, because of the nature of what they believe in, or don't believe in, rarely make the news. They are rarely seen as outspoken figures tossing their hat into the ring of political, social, religious, or scientific discourse. The Pew Research Center has found that about half of Americans say they would be less likely to support an atheist candidate for president, which is curious because many people believe in the separation of Church and State. Provide your readers with some other curious debatable topics about Atheism. Essays are provided in a pro versus con format, and are selected from highly respected sources and publications. Across four chapters, readers will think critically about the state of Atheism, what its impact on society is, what are major concerns, and what the future may hold.
Publisher: Detroit : Greenhaven Press, c2009.
ISBN: 9780737741926
Call Number: 211.8 ATHEISM
Characteristics: 225 p.
Subjects: Atheism.
Additional Contributors: Rosenthal, Beth 1964-


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