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Atheist's Bible

$16.99

The Atheist's Bible: An Illustrious Collection of Irreverent Thoughts Hardcover. 193 pages Publisher MarketingHere is a collection of quotations, quips, and musings from scientists, writers, philosophers, and comedians throughout history who have questioned the wisdom--and sanity--of organized religion. Author BioJoan Konner is a veteran, award-winning journalist in television and print. She served for nine years as Dean of the Columbia...

Atheist's Way

$15.00

The Atheist's Way: Living Well Without GodsBy Eric Maisel Paperback. 187 pages Publisher Marketing"The Atheist's Way" represents an exciting new direction in spirituality, one that leads away from self and to a more active participation in society, yet without a directive from some higher force. Maisel offers a picture of the universe and of a purposeful life that anyone can...

City Witchcraft

$9.99

City Witchcraft By Christopher Penczak Paperback. 91 pages Publisher Marketing: Gathered together for the first time, here you will find the ground breaking columns of Christopher Penczak from the first years of newWitch magazine. The City Witch column followed his experiences and insights traveling the country, interacting with the spirits of place in urban environments and the challenges of practicing magick on...

How to Pray Without Talking to God

$16.95

How to Pray Without Talking to God: Moment by Moment, Choice by ChoiceBy Rev. Linda Martella-Whitsett Paperback. 166 pages Publisher Marketing Unity minister Linda Martella-Whitsett provides a new framework for thinking about prayer that will revolutionize the lives of readers everywhere. The good news here is that you can pray without believing God; that you can have a rich and...

The Little Book of Atheist Spirituality

$15.00

The Little Book of Atheist SpiritualityBy Andre Comte-Sponville Paperback. 212 pages Publisher MarketingIn this powerful book, the internationally bestselling author presents a philosophical exploration of atheism--and comes to some startling conclusions. Through clear, concise, and often humorous prose, Comte-Sponville offers a convincing treatise on a new form of spiritual life. Author BioA native of Calgary and of New Hampshire, Nancy...