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Losing Faith In Faith: From Preacher To Atheist

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Losing Faith In Faith: From Preacher To Atheist

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After 19 years of evangelical preaching, missionizing, evangelism and Christian songwriting, Dan Barker "threw out the bathwater and discovered there is no baby there." Barker describes the intellectual and psychological struggle required to move from fundamentalism to freethought. Sections on biblical morality, the historicity of Jesus, bible contradictions, the unbelievable resurrection, and much more. This book is an arsenal for skeptics and a direct challenge to believers. (ISBN 1-877733-07-5) "Barker is compelling, humorous, and rational. His arguments are clear and thought-provoking."--Huntsville Times "A substantial and timely addition to the freethought literature."--Truth Seeker "A capable and searching defense of humanism by one who has lived on both sides of the street."--The Human Quest "Barker writes well. He seems to reason well . . . and has worked out a ready response to the most common Christian objections to atheism."--Gordon Stein, Ph.D, The American Rationalist "An excellent, entertaining and highly readable book which can be used to easily demolish the 'strongest' arguments of unreasoning Christians . . . a remarkable debating aid."--Norm Allen, Atheists of Florida "Few other books offer such an insightful and conclusive indictment of religion . . . immensely readable and intellectually stimulating."--Atheists United 392-page Hardcover, photographs, index.

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