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Ten percent of Americans and over one billion people worldwide are nonreligious, but media figures still registered surprised when President Barack Obama mentioned the "nonbelievers" in his inaugural address earlier this year. Greg Epstein, the humanist chaplain of Harvard University, maintains that nonbelievers are, in a sense, believers and deserve a seat at the interfaith table. In Good Without God, he speaks affirmatively and non-combatively about humanism and its relationship to other alternatives. A refreshing break from the Religion vs. Atheism range wars. Now in paperback.