Freethought Resource Guide by Bo Bennett
A Directory of Information, Literature, Art, Organizations, & Internet Sites Related to Secular Humanism, Skepticism, Atheism, & Agnosticism

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With clarity and humor, historian and psychologist Mark Vandebrake cuts through the mass of atheist and humanist content to deliver the very best of what freethought has to offer. The “Freethought Resource Guide” is a comprehensive and accessible introduction to the wonderful world of independent critical inquiry and secular humanism. Contributors include Tracie Harris of “The Atheist Experience T.V. show, Rebecca Goldstein, author of “36 Arguments for the Existence of God: A Work of Fiction,” and Bo Bennett of “Logically… Fallacious: The Ultimate Collection of Over 300 Logical Fallacies.” Whether you are an active freethinker, a beginner, or simply curious about this rational perspective, the “Freethought Resource Guide” is right for you!

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Praise for “Freethought Resource Guide”

“Mark Vandebrake has created a one of a kind work. This is a book to explore, think about, read pieces here and there, learn new methods and explore ideas. I cannot imagine the effort that went into this project. It is monumental. The “Freethought Resource Guide” is a deep mine in which you will find many gold nuggets. You could spend a lifetime exploring the resources compiled here. The Freethought Movement now has a single source for all things secular.”

-Dr. Darrel W. Ray, author of “Sex and God,” and “The God Virus,” founder and Chairman of the board for Recovering from Religion

About Bo Bennett

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Mark Vandebrake earned a B.A in history from Southwest Minnesota State University (2006), an M.A. in the humanities from Pacifica Graduate Institute (2008), and an M.A. in psychology from Saybrook University (2012).
Published January 22, 2013 509 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Religion & Spirituality.

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