Author Matthew O’Neil reviews ‘God Needs To Go’

Matthew O’Neil (author of You Say That I Am: Jesus and the Messianic Problemhad this to say about God Needs To Go: Why Christian Beliefs Fail:

“Excellence in a short, easily-digestible book touching on theology, science, and the naturalism of human existence. Brucker takes complex subjects, applies them in lay terms, and even offers a bit of a memoir to offer his own insight and experience into the equation. Certainly not the “objective” evidence, but he equates it to other studies and areas of focus that offer credibility to his personal circumstances.

This also appears to include work from his other book (also very worth the read!), but many newer topics included. If you want a short introduction into the world of atheism and arguments against supernatural claims, this is a must-read!”

You can find God Needs To Go: Why Christian Beliefs Fail at Amazon.com

The Five Worst Christians of 2014

“I like to make lists. If you’re a frequent reader of my work, you’ll understand. Most often, I enjoy making lists of beneficial and informational things. But sometimes I make lists of bad things; I mean really, really, really bad things. This list embodies that notion. For those atheists living amongst the most ignorant and hateful, yet self-professed as loving, Christians, this will either make your blood boil or drop your jaw in awe.”

Continue reading at Atheist Republic

Five YouTube Channels Every Atheist Should Know

“A few weeks ago, Atheist Republic published an article in which I discussed five well-known, and not so well-known, podcasts available for the freethinker. In this blog, I want to present five YouTube Channels that may best fulfill that need for atheist media. Podcasts are great if you’re on-the-go, but if you have time to sit, relax and enjoy some relevant discussion, these YouTube channels will be right up your alley.”

Continue reading at Atheist Republic

‘Improbable: Issues with the God Hypothesis’ – Nook eBook

Hey everyone!

‘Improbable: Issues with the God Hypothesis’ is now available on Nook devices for $0.99! Please find the link the below helpful.

‘Improbable: Issues with the God Hypothesis’ – Nook eBook

Have a wonderful New Year everyone!