The Tree of Knowledge

Brought to you by the Freethought Society of Greater Philadelphia, the tree stands outside the Chester County Courthouse, alongside more traditional holiday displays:


A closeup:


The full list of books on the tree can be found here.

Makes you feel all warm and gooey inside, no?

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  • Mriana

    I love it! :) I love all the books they have listed and on the tree too. 😀 I like this tree!

  • Jeff

    These books (and a few more not listed) should have been on the shelves behind Mike Huckabee instead of a couple of Christmas ornaments or whatever was there…

  • The Science Pundit

    There’s a very good article about the tree as well as the Philadelphia atheists here.

  • ellen

    Strangely there is a picture of a book about Buddha front and center which is not listed at all

    …and only ONE by Bertrand Russell?