Free Thoughts - A Collection Of Essays By An American Atheist

This book is a collection of the top 60 most critically acclaimed essays and articles written by Al Stefanelli. They represent the cream of the crop, and have been re-edited and refreshed for relevancy and content. This is a compilation that you will definitely want to have on your digital book shelf.

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About Al Stefanelli

Al Stefanelli is the author of "A Voice Of Reason In An Unreasonable World - The Rise Of Atheism On Planet Earth"

He has been a writer and journalist since 1993, starting out as a weekly columnist for a McClatchy Newspaper where he wrote a column called "Think About It" for ten years. His work won a North Carolina Journalism award. Al also produced and hosted the weekly syndicated radio broadcast "Millennium" for three years. Al currently writes for the National Atheism Examiner and Associated Content and his work has appeared in numerous publications, news feeds and has been widely distributed throughout the web.

Al has been a widely recognized atheist activist since 2005 when he founded the United Atheist Front, Inc., an International civil rights organization that addresses the worldwide discrimination of non-theists. The United Atheist Front, Inc., working with other civil rights organizations through political action, peaceful assembly, community organization and public awareness campaigns, has been instrumental in effecting positive change within the public, private and governmental sectors. The United Atheist Front also has a YouTube Channel.

His personal blog, aptly named "A Voice of Reason in an Unreasonable World", enjoys wide popularity, and he also publishes the "New Atheist Times," "Atheist Action Alerts," and "Atheist Syndicated Press," as well as the Podcast "Radio Free Atheism," available on iTunes

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