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Book reviews dealing with these topics Frequently added to quotes--featuring Emerson, Darwin, and many more thinkers.
What is Atheism, Agnosticism, and Theism?
The Man Who Bought A House (parable for those interested in reality)
The very unofficial Atheist Manifesto.
Acts of God and other Disasters is an essay on God's personality.
Helping Your Child Learn Science (Ideas, experiments, resources, and more--contributions welcome)
Science vs. The Cosmological and Teleological Arguments
Do atheists or theists bear the burden of proof?
Tons of information on the Noah's Ark Myth.
Excerpts from John D. MacDonald's essay entitled, "Reading for Survival".
Did you hear what the Pope recently said regarding evolution?
In God We Trust? (some items dealing with coins, currency, prayer, and our founding fathers)
Some humor: Is God missing?, Math and religion don't mix, Priest on the subway, and A Thinking Man.
Find out where many of the Christian holidays came from. And here are some thoughts on Santa.
Mary wasn't a virgin? Check out a translation error that poses big problems for Bible literalists. chat & bb
What created God? A question creationists refuse to answer.
Naturalism, Theism and the Scientific Enterprise
Did Jesus really exist? Read Earl Doherty's analysis. Even if he did exist, do the stories in the gospels make sense?

Tired of just thinking and ready to actually DO something? Try writing a "letter to the editor" or to the government based on the information found here.
A former Christian's story--make sure to check out her free thought links.
How are women treated (or supposed to be treated) by 'God's servants'?
Non-Believer Antidiscrimination Project
The talk.origins archive. Tons of great information for your creationist friends and relatives. ;)
A wonderfully enlightening poem that showed up on the ex-tian mailing list from a former Christian believer.
Here are some quotes from two fine examples of Christianity -- Mother Teresa and Martin Luther.
Philosophy, Science, & Skepticism--a great site with excellent original essays and links.
What makes you who you are? Is it a soul or your brain? Discover Magazine may have the answer.
Omni-believers, Christians, and others... some thoughts from alt.atheism.moderated.
This message deals with the "isn't it better to believe in something" Christian theory.
Some of the typical responses when you ask for answers to your religious questions. And some more.
Looking for a 'religion' that encourages thinking? The Unitarian Universalist Association is probably the most educational 'religion' out there--if you can even call it a religion.
Read up on the philosophy known as Extropy. A philosophy that can incorporate Richard Dawkins, Ayn Rand & Harry Browne is probably OK by me.
An email message on "intellectualism". Would you classify yourself as "Conservative Intellectual", "Enlightened Intellectual" or something else?
Einstein on God

"For while I am opposed to all orthodox creeds, I have a creed myself, and my creed is this.

Happiness is the only good. The time to be happy is now. The place to be happy is here. The way to be happy is to make others so.

This creed is somewhat short, but is long enough for this life; long enough for this world. If there is another world, when we get there we can make another creed. But this creed certainly will do for this life." [Robert G. Ingersoll (1833-1899)]

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