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"This slender, conversational, but methodologically sound treatise on the inner world of atheists will pleasantly surprise readers accustomed to the soporific ‘academese’ of most sociological studies…The study is limited in scope, but the flaws are so forthrightly acknowledged and the writing is so fresh, honest, compelling and entertaining, that it is bound to become an important launching point for more studies of what makes atheists tick."
|Ch. 1||How we studied atheists||23|
|Ch. 2||Are the "atheists" really atheists?||35|
|Ch. 3||How do people become atheists?||41|
|Ch. 6||Religious ethnocentrism||79|
|Ch. 7||Other findings||89|
|Ch. 8||Summary and predictions about "ordinary" American atheists||103|
|Ch. 9||Agnostics and inactive believers in the Manitoba parent sample||115|
|Ch. 10||Responses from members of the atheist organizations we surveyed||131|
|App||Survey sent to the San Francisco atheists clubs||145|
Posted March 16, 2013
Dogmatism, zealotry and prejudice are the hallmarks of CHRISTIANITY, not atheism. This piece of trash is pure projection. The authors are writing about themselves. What a ridiculous book.
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Posted February 4, 2014