Recommended Reading: Atheism: Genetics to Geology and Much More Science

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A summary of Atheistic thought related to scientific knowledge
—a must read for people of all backgrounds.

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This book has a wide collection of evidence supporting atheism and the science behind it. The research, aided by clear writing and illuminating pictures and charts, makes this deeply intellectual topic understandable.

Author:
Maurice de Bona Jr. has always been interested in travel and culture. He earned a degree in geography from UCLA and has since had the opportunity to explore the countries he studied. In a two and a half year long trip around the world, Mr. de Bona Jr. visited much of Europe, the Middle East, and Asia, where he worked in the Japanese motion picture industry and taught English courses. He also traveled to Central and South America, Australia, New Zealand and many other countries. In addition, he had the opportunity to observe the penguins, and other wildlife, in Antarctica. During these travels, Mr. de Bona Jr. learned about people and their beliefs all over the world. He now lives in Culver City, California.

Comparative Titles:
Do Botton, Alain. Religion for Atheists: A Non-Believers Guide to the Uses of Religion.Pantheon, March
2012. #34,175 in Amazon Books, 978-03073791-0-8Stenger, Victor J. God and the Folly of Faith: The Incompatibility of Science and Religion. Prometheus
Books, April 2012. #23,963 in Amazon Books, 978-16161459-9-6Krauss, Lawrence M. A Universe from Nothing: Why There Is Something Rather Than Nothing. Free
Press, January 2012. #1,249 in Amazon Books, 978-14516244-5-8

     

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