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We of Little Faith: Why I Stopped Pretending to Believe (and Maybe You Should Too) (vuoden 2023 painos)
Tekijä: Kate Cohen (Tekijä)
We of Little Faith: Why I Stopped Pretending to Believe (and Maybe You Should Too) (tekijä: Kate Cohen)
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"An impassioned atheist's rallying cry to inspire nonbelievers to be honest with themselves and their families about their true beliefs--and in so doing change the American cultural conversation. American society often reflexively defers to religion and belief in God as a baseline starting point of human thought and morality. Many were raised with that assumption and therefore pass it down to their children. But the truth is, a rapidly growing number of American don't actually believe in God. In her exuberant dive into the essential and always touchy debate about how we should raise our children, Washington Post contributing columnist Kate Cohen does not attempt to convince the reader there is no God or argue that all religion is evil. As to the former, that's a given; as to the latter, many religions offer enticing shortcuts to some admirable endeavors, such as charity, community, comfort, and gratitude. Rather than dismissing all religion as evil and ridiculous, Cohen investigates religion's appeal in order to explain the ways we can thrive without it. Americans who don't believe in God call themselves agnostics, humanists, skeptics, spirituals, and freethinkers. Sometimes they are called 'nones,' based on the box they checked on a survey identifying their religion. Anything but the toxic word atheist. Cohen argues it's not only time for those of little faith to proudly announce themselves, it's crucial to our country's future"--
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Melvil Decimal System (DDC)211.8Religions Natural Theology and Secularism Deism and Atheism Atheism
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