Susan K. Perry reviews 50 Great Myths About Atheism
After Blackford and Schüklenk dispense with all those myths, they provide a brief history (under 40 pages out of 274) and discussion of the rise of modern atheism. I doubt that anyone whose mind is made up and who believes deeply in the supernatural will suddenly acknowledge the inevitable reasonableness of atheism. Still, it’s nice to have the arguments set out succinctly and appealingly on the page.
This elegantly written book deserves a wide readership. A bonus is the inclusion of comics from “Jesus and Mo.”