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245 00 Godless :|b150 years of disbelief /|cedited by Chaz Bufe ;
       introduction by Dan Arel. 
264  1 Oakland, CA :|bPM Press,|c[2019] 
264  4 |c©2019 
300    1 online resource 
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505 0  Front Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Introduction
       Dan Arel; Chapter I: The God Pestilence-Johann Most; 
       Chapter II: Woman, Church, and State-Matilda Gage; Chapter
       III: The Devil's Dictionary (excerpts)-Ambrose Bierce and 
       American Heretic's Dictionary (excerpts)-Chaz Bufe; 
       Chapter IV The Failure of Christianity-Emma Goldman; 
       Chapter V: Twelve Proofs of the Nonexistence of God-
       Sébastien Faure; Chapter VI: The Meaning of Atheism-E. 
       Haldeman-Julius; Chapter VII: How Christianity Grew Out of
       Paganism and Christianity and Slavery and Judeo-Christian 
       Degradation of Woman-Joseph McCabe 
505 8  Chapter VIII: Why Science Leaves Religion in the Dust and 
       Twenty Reasons to Abandon Christianity-Chaz BufeChapter IX
       : May the Farce Be with You: A Lighthearted Look at Why 
       God Does Not Exist-Pamela Sutter; Chapter X: Disbelief 101
       : A Young Person's Guide toAtheism (excerpt)-S.C. 
       Hitchcock; Chapter XI: Dogspell-Earl Lee; Afterword-Chaz 
       Bufe; About the Authors 
520    Godless is a compilation of wide-ranging texts, both 
       hilarious and horrifying, on atheism, belief, and 
       religion. The selections in the book appeared in various 
       formats from the late 19th century through the early 21st,
       and their authors were often active in the anarchist, 
       Marxist, or radical leftist movements of their day. 
       Derived from printed pamphlets, periodicals, and newspaper
       pieces that were mass-produced and widely distributed, 
       these texts serve as freethinking propaganda in a media 
       war against morbid authoritarian doctrines. With both a 
       sophisticated analysis of inconsistencies in deistic 
       beliefs and a biting satirical edge, Godless gives 
       ammunition to those fighting fundamentalist bigotry--and 
       more than a few reasons to abandon Christianity. Readers 
       previously familiar with the authors' political polemics 
       will be rewarded in contemplating another side of their 
       remarkable literary output. Contributors include Emma 
       Goldman, Ambrose Bierce, Chaz Bufe, E. Haldeman-Julius, 
       Earl Lee, G. Richard Bozarth, Johann Most, Joseph McCabe, 
       Matilda Gage, Pamela Sutter, S.C. Hitchcock, and Sebastien
588 0  Vendor-supplied metadata. 
650  0 Atheism|vMiscellanea. 
650  0 Rationalism|vMiscellanea. 
650  0 Religion|vMiscellanea. 
650  7 RELIGION|xAgnosticism.|2bisacsh 
650  7 Atheism.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00819974 
650  7 Rationalism.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01090275 
650  7 Religion.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01093763 
700 1  Bufe, Charles,|eeditor. 
700 1  Arel, Dan,|ewriter of introduction. 
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