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'''''The Way of the Heathen: Practicing Atheism In Everyday Life''''' is a book by [[Greta Christina]] about how atheists can live productive moral lives. It is a series of essays on issues like experiencing life, coping with death, enjoying sex, interacting with people, and finding meaning in the world. I bought the book at a Secular Humanist lecture series. Over all, I enjoyed the book, and it's loaded with useful information for new atheists, but I didn't find much information in it that was new to me.
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'''''The Way of the Heathen: Practicing Atheism In Everyday Life''''' is a book by [[Greta Christina]] about how atheists can live productive moral lives. It is a series of essays on issues like experiencing life, coping with death, enjoying sex, interacting with people, and finding meaning in the world.
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==Personal==
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I bought this book at a Secular Humanist lecture event. I had already seen Christina's lecture about the book, and I wanted to contribute to her in hopes that she would continue her work.
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==Review==
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Over all, I enjoyed the book, and it's loaded with useful information for new atheists, but I didn't find much information in it that was new to me.
  
 
==Status==
 
==Status==

Latest revision as of 12:30, 19 February 2020

Paperback.

The Way of the Heathen: Practicing Atheism In Everyday Life is a book by Greta Christina about how atheists can live productive moral lives. It is a series of essays on issues like experiencing life, coping with death, enjoying sex, interacting with people, and finding meaning in the world.

Personal

I bought this book at a Secular Humanist lecture event. I had already seen Christina's lecture about the book, and I wanted to contribute to her in hopes that she would continue her work.

Review

Over all, I enjoyed the book, and it's loaded with useful information for new atheists, but I didn't find much information in it that was new to me.

Status

I own this book and have read it.

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