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The Australian Book of Atheism

Does the Anzac ethos have roots in atheism? Does prayer have a place in Parliament? Should 'creation science' be taught in Australian schools? The Australian Book of Atheism is the first collection to explore atheism from an Australian viewpoint. Bringing together essays from 33 of the nation's pre-eminent atheist, rationalist, humanist, and sceptical thinkers, it canvasses a range of opinions on religion and secularism in Australia.

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  • "Does the Anzac ethos have roots in atheism? Does prayer have a place in Parliament? Should 'creation science' be taught in Australian schools? The Australian Book of Atheism is the first collection to explore atheism from an Australian viewpoint. Bringing together essays from 33 of the nation's pre-eminent atheist, rationalist, humanist, and sceptical thinkers, it canvasses a range of opinions on religion and secularism in Australia."@en
  • "Bringing together essays from the nation's pre-eminent atheist, rationalist, humanist, and skeptical thinkers, this collection is the first to explore atheism from an Australian perspective. With a historical overview of Australian atheism, this compilation canvasses a range of opinions on religion and secularism in tones variably comedic, sincere, enlightened, and journalistic. Discussing topics ranging from politics and fundamentalism to euthanasia and abortion, this book is a diverse and entertaining collection of thoughts on a world without God."@en

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