Honest Doubt: Essays on Atheism in a Believing Society

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Despite the prevalence of religious belief in the United States (nearly 200 million Americans belong to 350,000 congregations), a growing minority (14 percent) of U.S. adults identify with no religion whatsoever. Journalist James A. Haught addresses the secular segment of American society in this interesting collection of incisive essays that give voice to honest doubts about religious beliefs. Taken together, Haught s essays endorse the idea that freedom of religion must include freedom to doubt as well as to believe. ...

Honest Doubt: Essays on Atheism in a Believing Society 2007, Prometheus Books

ISBN-13: 9781591024590

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