Outspoken: Confessions Of A Devout Atheist
By P.J. Lowry
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Published: Jan. 01, 2013
Words: 44,355 (approximate)
A collection of essays and rants, inspired and taken from a series that I have been writing for several years concerning this subject. A stirring account of how certain issues are poisoned by organized religions and why we as a society would be much better off without them.
A series of essays on various subjects that concern religion and it's influence around the world and how that hinders and poisons relations between nations.
Outspoken is a collection of essays and personal stories that I have used to guide my life and how I conduct myself in the face of ignorance of faith and those who continue to push it upon others. Within this books are arguments and points that I have made over numerous debates with people of faith through out the last twenty years since I declared myself a non-believer.
I release this book not to just sway minds but to educate and provoke debate amongst people who have spoken about these issues before. What you do with this knowledge and debate from there is up to you.
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