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“Daylight Atheism”, Adam Lee on Atheists Talk

Adam Lee’s goal is to shine bright light into the dark crevices and shadowy doctrine of organized religions and superstitions. His blog, Daylight Atheism, is focused on giving atheists a voice in our society, as well as highlighting the role that secular humanism must play if we are to progress toward a brighter future for all of us.

Adam Lee is an award-winning writer, and his work has appeared in AlterNet, Salon, International Humanist and Ethical Union, Canadian Freethinker, Freethought Today, Free Inquiry, and Secular Future. He is the author of the fantasy novel, Dark Heart. He is on the speaker’s bureau for the Secular Student Alliance and has given talks at major secular conferences across the country.

We hope you will join us on Atheists Talk this Sunday when we speak with Adam Lee about his most recent book, Daylight Atheism, a summation of many of his views related to religion, atheism and humanism.

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Comments

  1. George says

    the above link “Adam Lee Books – official website for both of Adam’s books” ACTUALLY points to >> Haunting America [Kindle Edition] by Karen Stollznow << . . .
    I'm not sure that this was what you INTENDED (the hint is in the TITLE of the link…), so I'd suggest that somebody should CHECK the actual LINK and CORRECT it.

    Otherwise I enjoy FTB – thanks!

    With best wishes,

    George

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