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Christopher Hitchens Embraced and Devoured with Equal Passion

Christopher Hitchens: The Last Interview and Other Conversations is a tantalizing, brief appetizer of the breadth, scope, and urgency of this legendary contrarian's thoughts on such topics as religion, war, literature, and media.

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OMG, You Wrote Your Own Bible? 'The Good Book: A Humanist Bible' by A. C. Grayling

Like the 'real' Bible, The Good Book is an eclectic and contradictory mix, containing much that really is very good, but also some that’s bad and ugly, and quite a lot that’s unbearably dull.

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'The Age of Doubt' Is a Call for Others to Examine This Material

Christopher Lane's book on the theological and philosophical debates of 19th-century Great Britain contains some interesting anecdotes, but is too broad and too short to completely fulfill its promise.

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The Skeptic

With its B-list actors, cheesy dialog and two-dimensional drama, this feels like one of the cheaply-produced TV movies broadcast and cable networks used to churn out on a weekly basis.

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The Case for God by Karen Armstrong

Promoted as a rebuttal to modern atheist thinkers, notably Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens, and Sam Harris, this doesn't feel like a cynical cash-in on a recent publishing phenomenon.

Ben Hamilton
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The Atheists Bible by Joan Konner (Editor)

Consider The Atheist's Bible your atheism beach book, your big-A graphic novel, your "Atheism for Dummies," a slim book that permits you to feel like a high-achieving apostate every 20 seconds.

Carlin Romano
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