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Antitheism. Are you against religion?
Hemant Mehta (http://www.friendlyatheist.com)
How Many People Did God Slaughter in the Bible? Steve Wells Has Written a Book Documenting Every Kill
New book by the author of The Skeptic’s Bible tallies up the score.
sourced from Hemant Mehta’s The Friendly Atheist blog
A couple of months ago, filmmaker Scott Burdick posted parts one and two of The March of Reason. The footage comes mostly from the Reason Rally and individual interviews with atheists, many of whom are familiar to readers of this site. Now he hast posted part 3 to the internet and I have posted it here. Eventually he will have all 5 parts up and hopes to then combine and edit it down to one 90 minute film. Since there are more than three hours of material involved so far, you may wish to take it in small bites but I assure you it is well worth your time.
Recorded at the Center for Inquiry “Women in Secularism 2” conference, Saturday, May 18, 2013, in Washington, D.C.
Jennifer Michael Hecht is the author of three history books and two volumes of poetry. Her bestseller “Doubt: A History” demonstrates a long, strong history of religious doubt. Hecht’s “The End of the Soul: Scientific Modernity, Atheism, and Anthropology” won the Phi Beta Kappa Society’s 2004 Ralph Waldo Emerson Award “for scholarly studies that contribute significantly to interpretations of the intellectual and cultural condition of humanity.” Her most recent book, “The Happiness Myth,” brings a skeptical eye to modern wisdom about the good life. Hecht’s poetry books are “The Next Ancient World,” which won three national poetry awards, and “Funny,” which Publisher’s Weekly called “one of the most original and entertaining books of the year.” Her prose and poetry appear in the New York Times, the New Yorker, the Boston Globe, and the Washington Post. Hecht earned her PhD in the History of Science from Columbia University in 1995 and now teaches in the MFA program of Columbia University and The Graduate Writing Program of The New School University.
I will be posting this monthly video series here as I receive them