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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 15, 2002

    The Greatest Book Ever

    I loved this book so much! I am a teenager and and very interesting in philosophy, and as well as being an atheist this book was amazing to me. He gave such great arguements, and such amazing info, i am recommending it to all my friends. I hope many ppl can stop and take the time to read this and learn to question their beleifs.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 4, 2001

    Nice sequel to his first book...

    I first became acquanted with the author Mr. George H. Smith when he was editor and chief of Reason magazine. His first book, Atheism: A Case Against God, was a great outline to atheism. Smith wrote, or so I believe, this book, Why Atheism?, because he still had more to say. Smith expects the reader to be familiar with his first book. However, luckly, he does give short reviews to bring the reader up to date. Neverthless, Smith expects the reader to have read his first book. I actually agree with Smith on that aspect. Why Atheism? covers the issues of how atheists look at death or how they may possibly look at death. It tells about choosing reasoning philosophy over religious propaganda. I also gives the atheist a way to fight the theist's belief that all atheists are immoral. Smith goes on to explain that it's the theist's responsibility to prove to you that God does exist. It's not the Atheist's responsibility to prove that God does not exist. The book is great reading. I recommend it. Smith also has another book out called, 'Atheistm, Ayn Rand, and other Heresies.' I'm going to purchase this one next...Regards Frank...

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