He Moves Like an Angel

No one ever told me until now that this was a real book:

That pose… it looks so… familiar….

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A Novel About a Young Celebrity Who Becomes an Outspoken Atheist

What would happen if a young Justin-Bieber-like superstar was also an outspoken atheist? That’s the combination we find in Julian Monk, the main character in Marcus Herzig‘s novel And a Child Will Lead Them. Monk’s celebrity gives him plenty of opportunities to speak out against faith and superstition, but it also rattles his bandmates, who have to deal with the backlash.

In the exclusive excerpt below, Monk appears on Bill O’Reilly‘s show and goes head-to-head with the Bloviator-in-Chief:



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Simon Singh’s New Book: The Simpsons and Their Mathematical Secrets

Simon Singh is the author of the *incredible* books Big Bang: The Origin of the Universe and Fermat’s Enigma. His remarkable talent is taking complicated math and science topics and making them accessible to everybody.

His latest work combines two worlds that have a much closer relationship than you ever knew: It’s called The Simpsons and Their Mathematical Secrets:

In the excerpt below, republished with permission from Dr. Singh, we learn how a nugget of dialogue from the show can open the door to a greater understanding of infinity:

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Jesus Didn’t Wear Pajamas

You know how you love to read Christian children’s books?

I’ll take your silence as a yes. Which is why you’ll be thrilled to hear about a new book your kids won’t be able to live without: Kelly Paul‘s Does Jesus Wear Pajamas?

(Spoiler alert: He went commando.)

But you have to look at some of these excerpts from the book:



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Christian Author Francis Spufford: The New Atheists Are Naïve When It Comes to the ‘Actual Experience of Belief’

In an email interview with the New York Times, Francis Spufford, author of Why, Despite Everything, Christianity Can Still Make Surprising Emotional Sense, told reporter John Williams that his book wasn’t a direct response to the New Atheists, but he still felt they were Strawmanning theists:



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