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Atheist Talk: David Mills on Atheist Universe

In 2006, when David Mills published Atheist Universe, there weren’t many books like it available. Atheist books were science books and philosophy books. GoodReads explains how Mills’ book is different.

Clear, concise, and persuasive, Atheist Universe details exactly why God is unnecessary to explain the universe and life’s diversity, organization, and beauty. The author thoroughly rebuts every argument that claims to “prove” God’s existence – arguments based on logic, common sense, philosophy, ethics, history, and science.

Atheist Universe avoids the esoteric language used by philosophers and presents its scientific evidence in simple lay terms, making it a richly entertaining and easy-to-read introduction to atheism. A comprehensive primer, it addresses all the historical and scientific questions, including: Is there proof that God does not exist? What evidence is there of Jesus’ resurrection? Can creation science reconcile scripture with the latest scientific discoveries?

Atheist Universe also answers ethical issues such as: What is the meaning of life without God? It’s a spellbinding inquiry that ultimately arrives at a controversial and well-documented conclusion.

This Sunday, Mills will join us to talk about his book and the impact it has had.

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Comments

  1. says

    I remember reading Atheist Universe years ago. I had been slowly becoming an atheist bit by bit prior to it, but it definitely helped me to solidify my thoughts and rationale (i.e., that religion was unnecessary).

  2. wholething says

    David gave a talk at Ohio State several years ago on the coming “Golden Age of Atheism”, where he became an atheist prophet. I’ve seen quotes from Atheist Universe in other books, including John Loftus’ Why I Became an Atheist, which I’m reading now.

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