Adam Lee’s Daylight Atheism eBook is Now Available

My friend Adam Lee writes the Daylight Atheism blog at Big Think and his new ebook is now available!

I had a chance to read the book when it was in draft form and it looked terrific. It’s a comprehensive argument as to why atheism makes sense and it’s perfect for people who are just starting to question their faith as well as lifelong atheists.

This is what I wrote for the blurb:

“Adam Lee has been a voice of reason for atheists (and curious Christians) online for many years and this book, as with all of his writing, makes a strong case for the atheist worldview. I suspect you’ll find it very convincing since Adam does such a thorough job of laying out the evidence against faith and sharing what many other atheists before you have said about it. Whether you’re brand new to atheism or a seasoned philosopher, there’s something in here to help you leave the darkness of faith and come into the daylight.”

You can read a ton of other comments about the book here.

Adam’s one of the good guys and I’m really excited his book is finally available. Buy it, read it, share it, love it.

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  • newavocation

    What is this link??? It takes me to an amazon page. Did I get hacked?

  • http://eternalbookshelf.wordpress.com/ Ani Sharmin

    I’m really happy about this book. Thanks for posting!

  • Celticlight

    Adam Lee provides very good insights into the worldwide dangers of religious fundamentalism.