Damned If I Do...Damned If I Don't. Reflections of a Conservative Atheist
Fultus Corporation, 2005 - 180 páginas
What is a conservative atheist? Isn't that an oxymoron? Well, Frank Cress thinks that it is a valid position and, in fact, thinks he can convince you that the conservative atheist position is most rational of all. Come along for discussion on a wide variety of subjects ranging from abortion to gay rights, from raising atheist children to software development techniques. If you are an atheist with socially conservative values you will probably find most of your thoughts expressed here-maybe even for the first time ever in print. Even if you disagree with some or most of the material you'll find this effort to be thought provoking and unique in presentation.
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